| José López: "With more means, worse result.
That has a name: incapacity" | The newspaper La Verdad reports today on the existing blockade regarding the new park and garden contract resulting from the latent power war between the PP and the transferable councilors. In this information it is reflected that the members of the local government (Torralba and María Casajús) meet at an upcoming meeting about the new contract through the media, a new method of coordination that 'La Trinca' seems to have taken despite attempts to pretend stability and harmony that falters when contract and concession interests come into play. Transfugees and PP do not understand each other, there is no doubt about that, and this game of thrones has the consequence that Castejón mainly allocates investments from neighborhoods and county councils to the fiefs of the mayor (Alumbres and Pozo Estrecho), to which we must add the power struggles reflected in the dealerships. The municipal spokesman, José López, pointed out this morning that "the green areas of the municipality are in a worse situation than ever, when we paid a more expensive contract and have suffered less pressure due to the state of alarm.
With more means, a worse result.
That has a name: disability.
" The mayor has revealed that "the real problem is that the government does not even speak to each other.
The mayor announces through a newspaper that she will bring Torralba and Casajús together so that they agree on how they cut up the gardens, we are going so that PP and fugitives are happy with their share of the 'cake'.
" Faced with this situation, he denounced that "this is the level: 15 women and men, brave and hardworking, who are unable to call a meeting or enforce a contract." López has indicated that "what they must do is continue on our path, increase the budget for green areas, parks and gardens and reforestation, and understand that their bosses are Cartagena," adding lastly that "less patronage and more Cartagena is what We are needing".
Source: Grupo municipal MC Cartagena