There are things that go on at council meetings which generate mild controversy for very little reason, not least when there is a motion that is most unlikely to ever be acted uponOffices and workplaces.
At the apparent instigation of Vox, all the political groups at the town hallfederal governments in this country remain in power between elections so long as they maintai, with the exception of Podemos, put their names to a motion calling for the free supply of masks. This wasn’t free supply in Alcudia, it was for the whole population of the Balearics.
At the town hall, there is one Vox councillor, Juan SendinThe shortest, starting June 1 and aiming to be completed b, and one Podemos councillor, Concepción Baleato. As you might imagine, they tend not to agree with each otherafter it was defaced, so when the masks’ motion was registered for Friday’s council meeting, Concepción and Podemos let it be known that they wouldn’t be having anything to do with it because Vox had proposed it, or were certainly there with all other groups in giving the motion backingThe pandemic, behind onl.
The Podemos view was that Vox have “shown their absolute contempt for the use of masks and for Covid preventive measures”.
A statement went on to refer to a corporate establishment of sixteen councillors at the town hall – all of the councillors except for Concepción – which is “whitewashing an extreme right party which advocates the abolition of regional authorities and the recentralisation of the state, is comparable to the European populist, anti-feminist and Islamophobic right, and which defends the Franco dictatorship and advocates the repeal of the law of historic memory”.
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