Compromís supports José Chulvi in ​​taking office as mayor of Xàbia

The constitution of Javea Town Hall for the next four years it has already been done. The 21 councilors that make up the municipal corporation have taken office as councilor.

The session began with the constitution of the age table in which Isabel Bolufer and Juan Cardona presided over the table and the control rod was handed over to José Chulvi as Mayor of Xàbia in the presence of a large audience attending the plenary hall.

Chulvi, who now faces his third term, has had the support of his 10 councilors and the two of Compromís, since the candidate Vicente Colomer has resigned his candidacy. So, the Socialist Party has had 13 votes: José Chulvi, Isabel Bolufer, Antonio Miragall, Rita Berruti, Quico Moragues, Alberto Tur, Marta Bañuls, Kika Mata, Ximo Segarra, Montse Villaverde, Pepa Gisbert, Vicent Colomer and Juan Cardona. The Popular Party has had five votes: Rosa Cardona, Óscar Antón, Juanjo García, Juan Luís Cardona and Teresa Legay. Citizens by Jávea with two: Juan Ortolà and Susana Ern and Citizens with the vote of their candidate, Enrique Escrivá.

In the turn of parliaments, all the political formations represented in the Town Hall of Xàbia have agreed to work for and for Xàbia. They do not want to make a critical opposition but a constructive opposition in which the interest of the people and the Xabarians prevails.

Rosa Cardona, of the PP, has indicated that in this legislature "We will be in opposition, to applaud and promote what Xàbia deserves and to oppose us in everything that is against the values ​​that represent each neighbor and every inch of our municipal area. We will watch over the immediate and unplayable needs that Xàbia has today and continue making the proposals of our electoral program ».

Juan Ortolà, Citizens for Jávea, highlighted the difficult situation experienced in the last four years in the opposition, "We have not had decent conditions, we have been without representation in Amjasa. We ask that the solution is that all the political groups of the opposition have a secretary, as you were in 2005 (referring to Chulvi) ».

Enrique Escrivá, from Ciudadanos, thanked the support of the 564 people who voted for their formation last 26 in May; «These four years we will be in permanent contact with the neighbors and we will work to contribute and not confront. We will protect our heritage and support young people who leave and do not return ».

On the other hand, Juan Cardona, of Compromís, has indicated that the support of his political group to the PSOE is in support to the majority voted by the town, "Our vote is not a blank check, but Vicent and I will work seriously to make a serious and constructive opposition."

Also, from the Socialist Party, Antonio Miragall has qualified that the PSOE, «Starts the third stage with more strength than ever. As a political group we want dialogue and from today we are at your service. "

Finally, José Chulvi, after taking office as mayor has indicated that his work priority in these next four years, «We will finish what we started and for this we have already awarded the works of the auditorium, soon we will leave the Puente de Triana and we have the Pool project. We can not leave the Sports Pavilion of the Frechinal and Municipal Escoleta, projects that we already have their writing ».

The Mayor of Xàbia has indicated the following projects: La Senda del Montañar, «In which we want the cars to disappear from the first line, we will create the green park of the Rafal and we will rehabilitate the parks of Thiviers and Frechinal».

Improve the lighting of the old town and improve the situation of the Arenal before the rains are other priorities of the socialist group for this new term as indicated Chulvi.

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