Thursday, November 27, 2014

The chickens are coming home to roost

With elections on the horizon, the local parties are considering their options to win the votes.

If you recall, the PP dropped Aurelio Murcia before the last election in favour of Charo Banuls who they saw as a safer leader to gain the votes they needed. As it turned out, Aurelio formed his own party and gained two seats which meant the PP had to form a pact with him to hold a majority in council.

The Socialists are now nervous of going forward with Raul Valerio Medina as their leader. He is involved in several court cases along with the former mayor, Jose Joaquin Moya which could well turn voters away. He, of course, insists that he is still a candidate. 

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