Last full session of the legislature: Farewells and welcome from the councilors

El Javea Town Hall last night he celebrated his last plenary session of the legislature. In addition to approving several points included in the agenda, the plenary session counted with the farewell of the councilors of both the government team and the opposition, who will no longer be in charge of municipal management in the next four years.

Of the PSOE, Pilar Zamora, Doris Courcelles, Paco Torres, Cesc Camprubí and José Luís Luengo leave aside their passage through the Town Hall. After their work to improve Xàbia, the aediles had words of thanks. Camprubí stressed the importance of being a councilor «In a town that has welcomed you. I am a native of Manresa and in the last two legislatures I have done work without pretending to please everyone. To the new ones who enter, have fun ».

From the PP, Tere Ern, commented that it had been a pride for her and a pleasure to represent the Popular Party during this term. Ern was a spokesman for popular education during the first two years of the legislature.

For its part, the mayor, José ChulviHe showed his gratitude to all the councilors and stressed «8 years with the 'Teres', Ern and Bisquert, you have the example of Isabel Bolufer, she was councilor in the first legislatures and now she is again, it is not a goodbye and a good bye».

Chulvi thanked Cesc and Paco Torres for trusting him when he was in the opposition, Doris told him that they had had a close relationship with a large group such as foreign residents. In reference to Pilar and José Luís, Chulvi told them a see you later, "A legislature that despite having the majority had not been easy. And to the corporation, thanks for the political debate with discrepancies but with respect ».

The new legislature will start next June 15 in June, after full government training. New councilors will take the road and others will assume new responsibilities.

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