"The Party and the Mayor, municipal finances are sinking with an irresponsible management in demonstrating his clear incompetence, lack of rigor and just keep collecting their salaries and those of the liberated"
On 29 May, the Deputy Director General for Research and Local Government Finance, the Ministry of Finance, Don Gabriel Hurtado Lopez, informed the Mayor Rejection Adjustment Plan submitted by the city of Totana, with the votes in the Plenum of the Party and the rejection of IU-Greens, report from IU-green in a statement.
This adjustment plan was described as "botched" by the Speaker of IU-Greens in the city of Totana, Juan Jose Canovas, "which argued the same reasons that now manifests the Ministry of Finance, headed by Cristobal Montoro, now makes his communication to the Mayor ".
The WORST Opinion Adjustment Plan of the City of Totana, is based on: "Lack of Financial Highlights," "Do not collect enough revenue to finance current expenditures and debt repayment", "There, in the city of Totana, one adequate funding provided Municipal Utility "," The Plan submitted does not contain fiscal consolidation and structural "," Income from financial transactions forecast does not cover the expenses of the same nature "or" The high level of indebtedness " , are the arguments of the Ministry of Finance to overthrow the Adjustment Plan, "which is a debt of over one million euros of total debt increase," according to IU-green.
From IU-Greens, remember that "these same arguments were put forward in the House by the Speaker, Juan Jose Canovas to vote against, while the Councillor of Finance, continued to maintain a policy that leads to a chasm Totana very hard to beat in decades. "
"The Adjustment Plan was approved by the PP alone in plenary April to pay a portion of the arrears to Groups and Associations, for the years 2009 and 2010 that did not pay them despite budgets. Also to pay a Urvisan debt to the company, suspected of having financed the election campaign of the PP in Totana in the 2007 elections, "apostillan from IU-green.