The councilor of the Popular Party, Esperanza Nieto, has accused the government of lying about the alleged invoices in the drawers of the Municipal Institute of Coastal Services after the documents have shown that 93% of the bills belong to the low year of the Government Lopez and Castejon and not the popular management.
Castejon said at the May plenary session that "we are bills of the year two thousand and thirteen, we found bills of the year two thousand and fourteen and the first months of the year two thousand and fifteen by an amount close to ninety thousand euros, without paying" .
Over 90% of invoices were his and was discovered when the House have called for a budget amendment to pay them.
"This falsehood is very serious and if they had not needed the plenary proceedings would have kept his lie because the opposition is not in the IMSEL and do not have direct access to that data," said Nieto.
The list of invoices that included documentation have shown that remained unpaid invoices the years 14 and 15 were numbered rents and 5,000 euros;
while in just over a year, the government of Lopez and Castejon has already issued 175,000 euros in bills without consignment.
The falsity of the government has led opposition groups to vote against the amendment, which was rejected by a majority.
Source: PP Cartagena