Yecla Mayor, Juan Miguel Benedito, said that the actions taken by the Socialist Group "have been aimed at that we managed to School of Design, but at all times, have tried to dismount the mayor of this initiative to people believe he does not want the best for Yecla.
These statements were carried out in Madrid where it is today, by the Councillor for Culture, Concha Palao, making "significant efforts, planned long ago, of great importance to the cultural heritage of Yecla
Benedito understands that "if the intentions had been sincere, the Socialist Party would have been concerned by the efforts being made by the Mayor on the School of Design. But, far from it, and skipping the unity of action that was established between all groups politicians in Parliament on 4 October, a week ago appeared before the media to announce, without consulting anyone, a series of actions that they believe should lead the mayor. "
When they talk about the Mayor has done nothing over the issue forget that "this mayor I lead the plenary on 4 October in which all political groups in the City Council agreed to ask the School of Design for Yecla. Also did not know that efforts being undertaken to achieve the School of Design because they do not even bother to ask "
Benedito also asks that "if so many ideas had to get it, why they were not told the rest of the corporation, maintaining unity of action so far was working perfectly"
It also gives the example of the web created "under the umbrella of the Socialist Party and without consulting anyone outside the unity of action and achieved. If they wanted to get the greatest possible number of accessions why they did through the Web's own City Hall? "
Juan Miguel Benedito has expressed his surprise at seeing "as the Socialist Party takes such pains for a matter of departure and announced that it was very difficult to achieve and can not think of any action similar to another issue that is vital as getting Yecla the arrival of the highway to our city. By the way, if instead of over an hour by road Murcia Second, we were 45 minutes by motorway, the Regional Assembly would have been easier to explain to the 300 students of the School Murcia Design now have to move to Yecla and would have to vote. "
Lastly, he reiterated his willingness "to continue working to get the best deals on training for our city, at all educational levels."
Source: Ayuntamiento de Yecla