â The creation of the body, which would be convened every two months together with the rest of the information commissions, was proposed by C's and approved unanimously in November last year
â "The government team can not confuse its intentions with those of all the Ciezans, who express themselves through the plenary agreements," says the orange spokesperson Ãscar Verdejo
The municipal group of Citizens today will demand the constitution of a Special Commission to Follow-up on Approved Plenary Agreements, "which would meet every two months to evaluate compliance with the agreements adopted by the Plenary," explained the spokesman for training in The corporation ciezana, Ãscar Verdejo.
Citizens submitted a motion in November last year to launch this commission, which was unanimously approved by all municipal groups, "but given the mayor's failure to convene the commission, we are forced to return to the Full its constitution, "adds Verdejo.
Citizens has submitted a motion to constitute the commission, which will be discussed today in the Plenary of the Corporation.
The C's motion specifies that the commission would be the body that would supervise the execution of the plenary agreements, a power that the Law of Bases of Local Regime grants to the mayor.
"Our intention is that the commission serves to promptly and regularly inform all municipal groups, especially those of the opposition, of the state of efforts to implement the agreements that the Plenary takes, which is the one that represents the Will of all the ciezanos ", notes Verdejo.
"The government team can not ignore or ignore this will confusing their legitimate intentions as a political group with those of all the neighbors, expressed through the plenary agreements," added the spokesman orange
Source: Ciudadanos Región de Murcia