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The PP asks the mayor to set in motion the path of dialogue and negotiations with the opposition groups, which represent 72% of the voters totaneros (17/07/2019)

During the celebration of the first plenary session of the town hall totanero the Popular Party asked to leave on the table the motion of the allocations to the council because it had not carried out a dialogue and consensus for its determination.

The PP asks the Mayor to launch the path of dialogue and negotiations with opposition groups, which represent 72% of voters totaneros.

Last Monday, July 15, was developed in the City of Totana the full constitution of it, which proceeds to organize the corporation for the rest of the term.

It has been a month since Juan José Cánovas, Ganar Totana, was elected mayor of Totana and was prepared to govern the town hall with six councilors.

From that date until last Monday, Ganar Totana and PSOE, have tried to approach positions for the constitution of a government between both, as they had done during the previous legislature, although at that time the most voted list was the Partido Popular, Leaving the other groups to the margin of said negotiations and negating the other members of the opposition.

Of all the municipality it is known that the only thing that they have achieved in this month of negotiations have been to throw the rubbish at the head and to corroborate what during all the previous legislature the Popular Party had evidenced;

that they were a "bad marriage", and they have left more patent than ever that their differences are not only political but also personal.

During the celebration of the plenary it became clear that the Mayor believes that he is ruling with an absolute majority and that he can propose issues with 28% of the support of the voters of Totana, when on the contrary it is a minority government, six councilors of the Win Totana of the 21 that make up the full.

The Mayor showed that he can act as if he had a "Corso patent", trying to impose above all and all his proposals and pretensions, through "Royal Decrees" since, according to him, he is legitimized as the most voted list.

His attitude and arrogance is so great and of such a degree that in this case we could paraphrase Francisco José San Martín: "Haughtiness is a disability that usually affects poor, unhappy mortals who suddenly find themselves with a miserable share of power"

If we had to qualify the attitude of Mr. Mayor in this House, we could say that in addition to being authoritarian, rude and inaccurate and correct, was also in relation to a corporate, not worthy of someone who should show the representation of a whole town, arriving at the personal insult, calling a compulsive liar to one of the councilors.

If we attend the quote that indicates that "the insult is the weapon of the ignorant to defend their inability to dialogue" we see how this is what this mayor lacks, capacity for dialogue, since he believes in possession of the truth, and that his unsophisticated mood makes him mount scenes like those we saw in the plenary session last Monday.

In short, a plenary session that highlights the lack of dialogue to reach majorities, since we must remember that this mayor is in the history of this people, the one that has received less popular support so far from Democracy and to continue these routes the viability of the same began to make waters everywhere, with the consequent damage to the people of Totana.

From the Popular Party and as we did during the celebration of the same request to leave on the table the motion in which the assignments to the corporate were raised we ask that the mayor change his attitude and be a dialogue and negotiated to abandon the paralysis in the that is plunged Totana.

Source: PP Totana

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