The socialist candidate for mayor of Totana City Council today announced the findings of the latest political conference dedicated to "Transparency Policy," which made an analysis of the current situation of the municipal and challenges to political and citizens.
Juan Fco Otálora says that "transparency in governance should be a basic principle, so that when a municipality is concerned that its real status is known is that it has something to hide."
He also said that, linked to transparency is the involvement of citizens in public life, political participation in the broadest sense.
"Today, when many people are disgusted with politics and are inhibited when participating, it is because everything is discovering the actions of politicians, is not exactly uplifting," he assured.
Similarly, if the next mayor of Totana, has pledged to hang on the website of the Municipality, the compulsory declaration of assets of all councilors, so that citizens know what they might come to City Hall and thus leave when they leave politics.
"Only then can we make the citizenship dispel the idea that politicians come to collect or, at worst, to steal. And they will demonstrate the Socialist candidates, who come into politics to serve the neighboring and not to solve their particular situations, "said too.
The Socialist leader said that "the momentum of the real public engagement and not just nominal, is another of the measures launched in the next legislature."
"Thus, participatory municipal budgeting, the citizens and associations agree with the people we want to model and formulate our General Plan, the newspaper neighborhood control policy management, transparency of process and control the payment to suppliers or the award of contracts, fair treatment to all residents so as not to damage the rights of others. are some of the concretions of the necessary transparency and consistent participation. "
Otálora concluded by saying that "or change the current way of doing politics in Totana and the City eventually bursting."