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José Antonio Perez said in 'I have a question for ... "that" Today, IU Greens pact does not provide any government " (09/03/2011)

A total of 33 questions answered, the United Left Greens candidate for mayor of Jumilla, José Antonio Pérez in the program 'I have a question ... "organized by the Association of Communicators Gemina (HOSTS).

It was the first program devoted to the candidates for mayor of Jumilla, the next will be Monday March 14 with the PP candidate Enrique Jiménez and Monday 21 March, the shift will be for the PSOE candidate Jesus Sanchez.

All will be held at 20:00 Sociocultural Center Roque Baños.

Space, chaired by Gustavo Lopez, director of Seven Days Jumilla and offered live on Telecable Jumilla, Cope Jumilla Jumilla and Radio took place in the Sociocultural Centre Roque Baños and was attended by around fifty people, some of which were responsible for carrying out the questions to José Antonio Pérez.

So, people asked about the valuation of the legislature ends, how it addresses the next, the possibility of a pact of government, their views on the situation of the Yellow House, tracking the motion filed on Historical Memory electoral law, its application, if it considers that the Autonomous Communities 'abuser' to Jumilla, their approaches to sports, partial plans, grants, unemployment, social policy, taxes, the City's indebtedness, the pay of politicians or attend the proclamation, among other things,

The Greens candidate IU offered in their responses, leading owners, one relating to the possible pact with any party, which said that "today, with the positions of program from IU Greens can not see a deal with any party. "

He was also blunt in their treatment of the Autonomous Region in respect of Jumilla, about what he said that "if we consider that there is an 'abuse' at both the local and regional level, in fact even on occasion from the nearby town of Yecla, where the PP has also been reported publicly. "

José Antonio Pérez assessed the legislature that ends up as "similar to the above but with less political debate in these four years alone there has been a municipal budget, which has not been able to talk about what each one posed to manage public money, so we thought it was a term 'take'. "

As for the new legislature, said that "face forward, although we know it will not be easy and hopefully that can materialize proposals made in this term and have not been carried out, we hope to have more support society and therefore a greater representation in the council. "

Asked how he would define his candidacy, to which said it "is a good team, prepared as a whole to work for and Jumilla.

One of the topics that generated questions was the economic situation of the City of Jumilla.

José Antonio Pérez read the treasurer's report to City Council dated 31 December 2010 which stated that the short-term debt, ie suppliers, was 6.06 million euros.

Also, since the public was asked if he could indicate what percentage of the current debt of the consistory, and the candidate said no figures yet available for 2010, according to data from the settlement of 2009, "there is still room for indebtedness. "

If José Antonio Pérez to become mayor, said that "the first decision to adopt would be to see your investment horizon with which we, as well as undertaking conservation measures in current spending and investing to save."

He was also asked about the salaries of politicians and Perez did not hesitate to show his final paycheck and say in this connection that "the salary of every politician should be the salary I had before in his work and so would demonstrate the will want to work for the people's interests and not personal interests. "

On the situation of unemployment in Jumilla, said that "we must bear in mind that the powers in this area are at a regional and state and local level that we have little margin," but added that his party nationally has developed a catalog of 100 measures still apply and in Jumilla a move that could improve this problem would be more committed to public services that are publicly managed.

One attendee asked about his opinion on the Yellow House and if the approval of PEPCHA had provided the solution to this problem.

In this sense, Perez said that "even being an issue, decisions are taken on this issue are the government team, no decision has been taken to heart that is where we could say and help," he said.

PEPCHA on the approval of the IU Greens candidate said, "would not have influenced the subject of the Yellow House, as the competition on that property would remain the regional government."

As for sport, Perez said that "our intention is to decentralize the sports facilities and also take them to neighborhoods as well as give more prominence to the grassroots, amateur-level sports and children."

On the issue of subsidies, IU Green prioritized by the social and educational in nature and involving a greater benefit for society as a whole and with respect to sharing of costs, promote the implementation of the Ordinance and that Grant largest amount have to be analyzed in full.

Subject of partial plans and developments, this group will maintain its earlier position "will support the partial plans that are logical and sustainable as we always have done."

Asked by wind farms and solar plants, Perez said, "have been installed that have received the necessary approvals and, in general, have made significant revenue, despite the environmental cost."

The Law of Historical Memory as this group had at the time a motion in this regard.

About it, Jose Antonio Perez said "we ask that you create a working committee on this issue, its members are already appointed and there is a Republican organization that has developed a catalog of public buildings have some kind of symbol Franco, and now there have to ask as you have be required to be removed, "he argued.

Similarly, a union member UPA asked about the presence of agricultural unions in the Advisory Committees on Agriculture, there was a time when they were guests and not now.

On this, the candidate of IU said "we bet it will again be present and even the creation of an Environment Committee, if necessary."

Among other issues, the IU-Greens candidate was asked about his opinion on the Plan E, about what he said, "Our group regrets that municipalities could not do the work directly, but had to rely on companies as many local businesses have been unable to perform any of the projects because they were too big and had no means. "

I also believe that the Plan's money I could have spent more directly to recruit people to work cleaning the mountains, for example, that is, give more wages and fewer material resources, "he said.

The last question was about whether it will host the opening speech, to which said "if you return the institutional respect, we will, we are still waiting to beg forgiveness from the PP by the allegations made in the attack left the counselor" .

On this topic also said that "I would never be a preacher."

After the program, Jose Antonio Perez made an assessment of the saying "it has been claimed to be specific as to respond to as many open questions and we answer all kinds of questions that we want to get the citizens."

Perez also said that "the possibility of discussions between the three parties would be very interesting to know each candidate's positions on issues, eg economic, environmental and urban planning and social and labor issues."

Source: Ayuntamiento de Jumilla

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