Just eight months after starting to walk, the tripartite government of PSOE, Citizens and Por Mi Pueblo, in the City of Cómpeta has jumped into the air. The two Councilors of Citizens, Manuel Vega and Mari Carmen Navas, have communicated in writing their passage to the opposition, thus leaving a minority to PSOE and Por Mi Pueblo. The spokesman for the orange formation and until now second Deputy Mayor, Manuel Vega, said yesterday that this decision is taken because of his "differences and disagreements" with the mayor, the socialist José Moyano, and with the first deputy mayor, Rosaluz Fernández , from Por Mi Pueblo.
"Now we will go to the opposition and from there we will continue to work for the people, proposing proposals," he said, without ruling out that "in the medium term, if things are not going well in the City Hall," they may come to file a motion of censure together with the PP, which with four councilors was the most voted force in the last municipal elections of May 2019. The popular ruled in Cómpeta uninterruptedly during seven legislatures, with absolute majorities between 1991 and 2019, with Leovigildo López, José Luis Torres and Obdulio Pérez at the head of the Mayor's Office.
«In recent months authoritarian excesses and disrespect have been increasing by the representative of Por Mi Pueblo, until reaching its climax in these weeks, in which in addition to me they have disrespected my children between other blunders, ?Vega said in a Facebook post. For his part, the mayor told SUR that he "does not understand" the situation. «It will be redirected. Both are polite and friendly people, ?Moyano added. Fernández refused to enter into controversies: «I did not expect it, I have a very clear conscience, I do not want to enter into political wars».