Bethlehem Muñiz, Socialist councilor in the city of Totana has announced his intention to leave the socialist municipal group.
He has so far Socialist councilor Bethlehem Muñiz, decided to leave the PSOE after you request delivery of your minutes of council by the secretary general of the PSOE, Andrés García Cánovas.
Muñiz said the discomfort it causes to leave the party stands for which she attended the last municipal election and has said that "recognize the deep differences that have occurred with my fellow local group and the ruggedness of this term in the socialist environment. "
"True, the mayor stressed that the resignation of Juan Francisco Otalora spokesman, José Martínez and José Gómez Usero, widening gaps with the rest of the persons belonging to or gone to join the local group."
"It is for this reason why I have decided to abandon the acronym until now I considered my party but leave my work as a councilor in defense of what I have so far considered the general and legitimate interests of the City of Totana."
Muñiz has stated that "despite the sour taste that occurs in claim follow one of these interests, I do not lose hope and spare no effort by the defense and the public generally."
"Knowing that we are a very few months of the end of a term, I do not want my decision to be interpreted as fracture but as a continuity option different from the original but with the guidelines and parameters of the leftist ideology with which I have always identified. "
In conclusion, the mayor has clarified that "the forthcoming full and in the coming days formalizaré this decision to the Mayor, considered decision that has had the support and backing of many neighbors who have encouraged me to continue to the end of the legislature. "