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PP: "New legal setback to the PSOE Sewer: mayors' pictures will not be withdrawn from the City Council" (15/04/2019)

The Room of the Contentious-Administrative n4 of Murcia has rejected the demand presented / displayed by the PSOE of Alcantarilla against the agreement of the Consistory to replace the pictures of two of the twenty-five mayors that are exposed in the gallery of the City council.

And it is that the paintings of Mr. Juan Antonio López Hurtado and Mr. Juan Martínez Beltrán were removed by the mayor in compliance with a plenary agreement, approved by PSOE, Ciudadanos, Izquierda Unida and Podemos, which said that the badges worn by the Mayors in their period jackets, reproduced by the author of the works, were an exaltation of the dictatorship.

With a contrary report from the University of Murcia, Buendía's Government Team proposed to the Municipal Plenary Assembly to replace them, which led to the PSOE's denunciation.

The court has now dismissed the complaint, stating that "the two works of art (...) do not suppose an exaltation of the dictatorship, but a set of 25 mayors of different ages, whose purpose is to leave a historical memory of all of them, anyone who has been his orientation or political sign. "

This is the last case of many other complaints with which the opposition has tried to use justice against the work of the Government Team and the image of the mayor, Joaquín Buendía.

The most serious of them all was a surrealist quarrel filed by the PSOE, which was joined by the rest of the groups, which the court dismissed as being nonsense.

In addition, last March, the TSJ of Murcia dismissed the appeal of a councilor without municipal group, Magdalena García, against the approval of the 2016 Municipal Budget. Since then, the opposition has blocked municipal budgets, which have had to be carried over by the mayor, despite the fact that the courts have always agreed with him, without exception.

In January of 2018, the same Room of the TSJ of Murcia supported the LED renovation of all the lighting of the municipality.

The complaint, presented by Izquierda Unida, caused economic damage to citizens, since the expected savings and investment were delayed by one year.

Also in January 2018, the Office of the Public Prosecutor of Murcia filed a complaint from Ciudadanos for the construction of a public parking lot in the Industrial Estate, an installation that benefits all users in that industrial zone.

In January 2017, the General Directorate of Local Administration rejected a complaint by Citizens against the Councilor of the Treasury for the payment of invoices.

A year before, the same Directorate General rejected the complaint of the PSOE on incompatibilities of the Councilor for Culture.

A personal attack that has been maintained throughout the legislature.

Also that year, the same organ rejected a denunciation of Citizens about the hiring of the sound equipment of the Feasts of May, considering that "the action of the City council adjusts to law".

The last use of justice was last March, when the Central Electoral Board rejected an attempt by the PSOE to prevent an act of the Brotherhoods of Holy Week in which the name was changed to a street.

The complaint was dismissed by the Central Electoral Board.

Unfounded complaints have been a way of doing politics by all the opposition groups (PSOE, Ciudadanos, Podemos and Izquierda Unida).

With it they have tried to hinder the task of the Government Team of Joaquín Buendía, but they have met with the unanimous and continued rejection of the courts, leaving in evidence the true protagonists of the denunciations: the mediocre politicians who have interposed them.

Source: PP Alcantarilla

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