With 94 votes in favor and one abstention adopted a basic document, which will continue shaping this morning, in which a new policy and transparency are their central axes.
This Wednesday night, the open assembly of IU-Greens / Win Cieza met for the second time after the municipal elections 24M in IES Diego Tortosa.
In this case to know the detailed development of the negotiations for the establishment of a government of "Unity for Change in the City of Cieza", discussing the basic document agreed between the PSOE, we can and IU-Greens, make appropriate contributions and approve finally by 94 votes in favor and one abstention, to support the negotiations carried out by their elected councilors.
For the first time in the political history of Cieza, an organization has been able, to the media and "panties removed" giving a lesson in how to be done and most of the new policy of absolute transparency because the document agreed by negotiators and approved by the full assembly was read from the first to the last comma.
The document consists of 9 basis points most notably in its political aspect clarification of the economic situation of the City, significantly reducing the cost of the Corporation's commitment to absolute transparency, citizen participation, participatory budgeting, Cieza "free municipality of evictions," Cieza free fracking, social policies, employment and development, and public services.
Furthermore, in terms of organization, that is still trading this morning, and basic operation of the corporation lines are collected, noting that the 11 councilors of the signatory organizations undertake to guarantee government stability over four years provided that it does not deviate from the basic lines agreed to exercise the participation of the three signatories to the agreement with councilors in Local Government, the choice of Pascual Díez as mayor, setting up a monitoring committee the agreement and the opening thereof to the possible accession of other political parties represented in the City Council after the recent municipal elections.
Source: IU-verdes Cieza