He wonders if the deputy Juan Pagan is also a participant in this political opportunism
The mayor attended the informative assembly held on November 8, at the Sociocultural Center of La Cárcel, with the Central Union of Irrigators, Community of Irrigators, farmers, political representatives and associations of the municipality to receive information about it.
In this assembly, all the conveners came to the unanimous conclusion that water scarcity is a social problem, whose solution requires the participation, collaboration and consensus of practically the entirety of the Totanera society.
This was understood by the mayor after listening to the explanations, both of the members of the table and of the people who intervened a posteriori, committing themselves before the assembly, to leave a motion parked that he had prepared to transform it into a joint motion of all the groups politicians, so that he could leave unanimously.
Likewise, he commented during the assembly, that this motion was to collect all the claims of the irrigators, in addition to agreeing with the Community of Irrigators, being his only claim that there was the greatest possible unity in the defense of this precious asset as it is Water.
García, has criticized the political opportunism of the popular municipal group and, we do not know if also of the deputy Juan Pagán, when presenting today a motion in this sense and unilaterally by the PP, knowing that the mayor had prepared it and that a Board of Spokespeople has been convened for tomorrow, Wednesday at nine o'clock in the morning.
The political shamelessness of the PP has no limits, trying only to get political revenue, without caring about the consensus with the other groups, recording a motion only from the PP when the mayor spoke before the spokesperson and the regional deputy who was going to agree on a motion with all political groups.
It is a pity that the PP is dedicated to making opportunistic and destructive politics, trying to open up fractures in the corporation and damaging the interests of the affected groups.
Perhaps, it is not so true that in the town hall there has almost always been unanimity on water issues, since the PP wants to continue alone on this issue, cheating the farmers as it has been doing for more than twenty years.