It all started with a lie. It seemed like an American sitcom from the 90s in which the protagonist, caught red-handed, got out of bed with the sheets in his armpits and exclaimed, honey, it's not what it seems! People, of course, were laughing.
Something like this happened when Rosa Cardona (all my solidarity) insisted on saying that the tripartite was not a tripartite but two bipartites that had nothing to do with each other. That she (PP) had agreed with CpJ and with VOX but that between VOX and CpJ there was nothing because the contracting party of the first part was the contracting party of the first part. Do you understand it? Them neither.
The fact is that it was the saddest wedding in the world. There was no photo. Then came the AEMET alert and the false meeting of the emergency coordination center (CECOPAL). How would it be that one of the alleged assistants had to say that he was not there and forced (noise of running and chairs being thrown, we assume shouting over the phone) to edit the Facebook communications three or four times. The mayor (my solidarity, again) came out to explain it, she twisted logic's neck and it turned out even worse. So that we understand each other, it was something like if I said that I had been partying with Neymar and in the end it turned out that I only liked him on Instagram. With the aggravating factor that our safety was at stake.
The third on the forehead came with the Consell de Turisme. That was approved urgently, make way, make way! because-there-was-no-time-for-anything. It had to be done now because it was going to be called “immediately” to report the spills in the Arenal. Well, okay. And there it was approved with its share of thanks for the services provided by the tripartite, double bipartite... whatever. But was the Consell convened? No. Not immediately, not later, not ever. It was a cakewalk that ended in nothing. How it ended in nothing
report on the three closures of the Arenal, we are about to find out what is happening... little... little... little... and so the months and the balls of dust from the desert go by.
How the months go by without the contract of the CEO of Amjasa. This will sound less familiar to you. In short, the tripartite-double bipartite distributed an indecent amount of advisors (never happened before) to make the contract of the famous Advisor (or so they said). But four months later we are still composed and without a contract. We assume, however, that when it is resolved they will return to the opposition the legitimate representation that it received.
corresponds. And when they learn to add deadlines, they will return to the plenary session the power to vote on the million-dollar contracts that can now be discussed in the Government Board without debate, without journalists, without recordings and without questions.
We could continue, but there is a quote from Antonio Machado that sums it all up quite well: Did you tell half the truth? They'll say you're lying twice if you tell the other half.
J. Vicent Miralles
Councilor of the Socialist Municipal Group of Xàbia