The spokesperson for Ciudadanos (Cs) in Marbella, María García, has requested this Tuesday the vote of the PP in this city by assuring that “it is the only party that is up to the task of a great city” like that, before which the leadership of the orange formation has announced his immediate expulsion.
García -who is not the candidate for Mayor of Marbella in the elections next Sunday, but is a councilor in the City Council of this city governed by the PP- has assured that “the best thing for Marbella is that the Popular Party continue to govern for the next four years”.
He added that “the drift of other political options following the PSOE”, among which he includes his party’s candidate, Ángel Mora, “shows that the municipality needs a stable and strong government like that of the PP, against a coalition of leftist parties”.
García has lamented “the turn to the left” of his party’s candidate to “align” with the socialist group and has indicated that Marbella “cannot afford to return to having a government like the one it had from 2015 to 2017, with the PSOE and the confluences of minority left-wing parties” that -he assures- “starred in two years to forget”.
The mayor has affirmed that “the local government of the Popular Party has a proven knowledge of the city and a consolidated experience in municipal management necessary to continue advancing in the development of Marbella”.
He also alluded to the mayoress of Marbella, Ángeles Muñoz, and her government, of whom he said that “they overcame a very adverse economic situation, with tough obstacles, leading good management, in which public accounts were cleaned up, and little by little they were restoring political and administrative stability on a day-to-day basis”.
Given the attitude of María García, the provincial coordinator of Cs, José María Real, has declared that she “will not end her term representing the initials of Ciudadanos” and that in 24 hours they will notify her of the expulsion and pass to the Group of Non-Assigned of the City Council .
He has asked him to immediately stop using the acronyms and name of Cs to ask another formation to vote, which indicates that “it has no place in any head.”
“The provincial committee (of Citizens) tried to get María to finish her mandate in the best way,” Real indicated, adding that “after so many public disqualifications towards the party that has nurtured her bank account and now asking the PP for a vote from Marbella, it is something that we are not going to tolerate”.
Real recalled that when the expulsion file for García began two weeks ago, he said that “I didn’t know if I would find a place in another game, but that I was going to try, and 13 days later, here we have the ratification of those words with our own actions, asking for the vote of the PP of Marbella, peppered with corruption, without any ethics, with an uncovered face”.