The provincial committee of the PSOE in Malaga has unanimously approved the appointment of the acting mayor of Mijas and general secretary of the socialists in the municipality, Josele González, as spokesperson for the Malaga Provincial Council in the new legislature, which will make this position compatible with his work in the Mijas Corporation, as reported by the party on Thursday.
González has valued that the decision, adopted yesterday, “is a I support all the work carried out by our group and a recognition for the results obtained in Mijas in the municipal elections of May 28”.
As stated, this new position will make it compatible “with the Mayor’s Office of Mijas” –that its governability is currently being negotiated after the results of the elections on May 28-, is highlighting that “winning the elections in Mijas after 16 years has not been easy, but we have achieved it thanks to the efforts of all the councilors who have accompanied me in these last four years of management at the head of the Mijas town hall”.
On the other hand, he has advanced that “Mijas is already the third city in the province of Malaga, His voice must be heard in the Malaga Provincial Council and I will work tirelessly from the PSOE spokesperson to make it so, without losing sight of the well-being of the entire province”.
For their part, his socialist comrades present in the provincial committee have highlighted González’s political ability, which is “a guarantee of serious, rigorous and solvent work” and which has turned Mijas, the third largest city in the province of Malaga, into “a mirror in which to look”.
List commission approves 10 positions
The commission of lists of the PSOE of Malaga has approved the ten socialist names that will be in the Diputación de Málaga. Thus, for the judicial district of Antequera, the provincial deputy will be Manuel Lara, acting mayor of Cuevas Bajas; for the judicial party of Malaga, the deputies will be the councilor of Almogía, Toñi García, the councilor of Álora, Desirée Cortés, the councilor of Cártama, Miguel Espinosa, the councilor of Alhaurín de la Torre, Patricia Alba, and the councilor from Torremolinos, Antonio Navarro.
For him judicial district of Marbella, they will be the acting mayor of Mijas, Josele González, who will be the spokesperson; the councilor for Marbella, José Bernal, and the councilor for Benalmádena, Isabel Ruiz; and for the judicial district of Vélez-Málaga, the acting mayor of La Viñuela, José Juan Jiménez.
As they have advanced, the PSOE will focus its work in the Diputación de Málaga in supervise the government team of the PP and in offering alternative proposals to those of the right to put this institution at the service of the municipalities of the province, especially the small and medium ones.