"To pay for the waste of PP, and luxury car Sueldazo"
"As reported the Municipal Group of IU + Greens In November, hundreds of residents are receiving notices Totana City Council, under threat of sanctions that can reach 6,000 euros to increase urban tax contribution by joining the register of pools and small buildings in the hamlets and village, "secure from IU + LV in a statement.
"For the first time in 16 years that a corporation making this kind of action on the neighbors, who in most cases, already paid taxes for works or penalties. The well-known popularly as" Tax Pools " is a measure of Martínez Andreo and the PP to take money from the pockets of totaneros, to the desperate situation of the municipal coffers, they are getting these days notification of Iberdrola, for the return receipt and the extreme delinquency City Council Totana who does not face or payments of light, "he added.
"The purpose of this catastrazo covered, that is carried out by the PP, when neighbors totaneros suffer the worst crisis in recent history, in contrast to the extravagance and waste, carried out by Martínez Andreo and his team, who have spent a hands full, resources, indebted to the eyebrows of neighbors, of an irresponsible way, devoid of any trace of good practice in the management of public money ... "says Councilman IU + Greens, Juan José Canovas.
Since IU is recalled that "the PP in the Opposition, he encouraged the assault, the stoning of the City as well as serious insults to the council of the Left, when the end of 2009, had to increase taxes on a much smaller proportion of the beastly increases carried out by Martínez Andreo since 2007 until now. "
"More than 2100 unemployed, small shops and businesses closing, a debt per capita of over 3000 euros, Sueldazo of 7000 euros per month, 8 aldermen released and political mismanagement, are the result of a PP government, which only it is to increase taxes, raise loans from banks or create new taxes, including tax Pools ... "say from IU in Totana.
Source: IU+LV Totana. Foto: archivo Totana.com