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The mayor comes to meet the alleged "humiliation" to the council of finance (29/05/2016)

Since when, in democracy, ask a councilor responsible for finance policy that explains its management in the Adjustment Plan is "humiliating"?

Perhaps since the council "pledge allegiance to the mayor" as under Franco?

unknown concepts for me to my fifties.

I thought I lived in a state of Social, Democratic and Law, where Freedom of Expression, of all (including the mayor) is recognized in the Constitution.

Speaking of "humiliation":

Is not it more humiliating to the Councillor of Finance signed an adjustment plan with Mayor (with "higher taxes and privatization of water" now deplore) and within hours, the same Councillor of Finance had signed it, reject it, with the votes of the PP in plenary?

In the strict sense of political responsibility, management Adjustment Plan must be explained by the Councillor of Finance.

Or the Mayor must be listening (and silent) that the Socialists are good and he (I) is the villain who "wants to reach into his pocket totaneros"?

Nerves of election campaigns and the "fucking paper" have these things.

"TWO SENTENCES AND Lost Son"

Yesterday I heard the beginning of the press conference the socialist candidate for Congress, Pedro Saura that as everyone know is Professor of Economics and a very good parliamentarian.

I was interested in what he said about Totana because rallies and if Pedro Sanchez wins or loses, I care less.

I'll take two sentences or so, had this wording:

"Totana City Council has done their homework and so asks for help ..."

Analysis of the phrase should, Pedro Saura, learn more about "the duties performed" when the PSOE and the PP have rejected two proposals for adjustment plans, backed by the technical intervention (the first, even signed by the PSOE ( Councillor of Finance) that a few hours later vote against, "humiliating" (allow the term) the mayor who was left alone (with Citizens) defending the signed hours earlier by PSOE and the same mayor.

Second sentence of Pedro Saura:

"To solve the economic problems of the City lacks the days remaining until the 26J, when Pedro Sanchez wins the election ..."

Analysis of the phrase: pure demagoguery.

Use the plight of the City of Totana (not to forget is the responsibility of the PP) is something objectionable from the point of view of reason and majority of the voters and the people of Totana.

If we make a parallel between the economic situation of the City of Totana, as the wayward son who has squandered his fortune, it has for decades debt and debt increases every day with statements, claims or financial imbalances.

Father State, as the Parable of Jesus of Nazareth, told by Luke in the Gospel, must accept the "Prodigal Son" (spendthrift City Council and no planner who has spent all future and past resources "farras and mismanagement "the hand of Totana PP).

Missing in this "Parabola" the Firstborn.

That is, the city of Totana (village) if has managed its resources, has the healthy accounts and asks for nothing because it has been sighted.

For example and without going too far, the city of Alhama.

The Father of the Parabola (State) Should welcome the spendthrift and no planner, forgiving all debt and giving resources to play down the Firstborn?

Everyone will have an opinion.

Very respectable all.

But among the magnanimous Father of "Return of the Prodigal Son" as Jesus of Nazareth, told by Lucas in the "heart the Gospel" and the stark reality of the "Men Without Soul" that emulate the Troika (Rule Rajoy or Pedro Sanchez ) could be a middle way: "We have the homework done seriously and demand support for the City's indebtedness is sustainable"

Juan Jose Canovas, the mayor of Totana (facebook.com/jjcanovas)

Source: Totana.com

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