The GPP spokesman affirms that "the leadership of the PSOE in the Region is harassed by the Justice and covered by the shadow of corruption", after recalling that Vélez and Arce are being investigated for an alleged crime of embezzlement. The spokesman for the Popular Parliamentary Group, Joaquín Segado, stated this morning that "Diego Conesa has to explain if he put a fine from the United Left councilor in a drawer to remain mayor in the Alhama de Murcia town hall." Some demonstrations made after learning today that a Totana court has required his accreditation as a regional deputy to the Regional Assembly before the judicial investigation underway for "having allegedly forgiven" the fine to the IU mayor when Conesa occupied the mayor's seat . For Segado "we are facing a very serious event." "In Spain and in the Region of Murcia, citizens pay their fines, and it would be extremely serious if Diego Conesa had not processed a fine from an IU councilor whose support he needed to ensure the mayor of Alhama" he insisted. The PP spokesman in the Assembly has said that "whoever has presented himself to the citizens of the Murcia Region as the maximum defender of political decency and democratic hygiene seems that as mayor of the Alhama town hall he had more than dubious actions that can lead to a possible crime of prevarication ", referring to the secretary general of the Murcian Socialists. Joaquín Segado has underlined after hearing this judicial case that "the leadership of the PSOE of the Region of Murcia is harassed by the Justice and covered by the shadow of corruption." And he recalled that the Government delegate, the socialist José Vélez is being investigated for an alleged crime of embezzlement for irregularly collecting his salary as mayor, in a similar situation is the organization secretary of the PSRM-PSOE, Jordi Arce.
investigated for an alleged crime of embezzlement of public funds.
"And now the general secretary of the PSRM-PSOE, Diego Conesa, who directs the PSOE of the Region of Murcia is immersed in a judicial investigation, about to be charged, for allegedly forgiving a fine to an IU mayor." "It seems very serious and worrying to us as the cloud of political corruption spreads over the PSOE of the Murcia region", said Segado, who has demanded that Conesa "not drain the bulge and give clear and forceful explanations."