Attorney and Civil Liberties PSRM, José Miguel Muñoz Andreo, said it is "absolutely inappropriate" that a government representative with institutional representation holds, is dedicated to support mayors and sentenced to question judgments.
Muñoz said that Matias Carrillo Andreo, mayor of the PP in Fortuna, is condemned by the Murcia Provincial Court from June 2011 to 12 years of ineligibility for public office by buying votes with money from the City Council in municipal elections of 2003, although the execution of the sentence is suspended for filing an appeal with the Supreme Court.
"Valcarcel can no longer look away from the shame of having a mayor convicted of buying the freedom and dignity of a person in need in exchange for a job, assistance for diapers or food voucher, demanding in return their vote, "said Munoz Andreo, adding that" those votes, moreover, were purchased with tax money from other citizens. "
He also stressed "the incomprehensible and repeated changes of approach of Valcárcel when political accountability to their mayors involved in judicial scandals."
He recalled that in 2006 the regional president said that "if the prosecutor accuses any PP mayor and raises it to the judge, automatically cease to be mayor."
In 2008 no longer enough to the indictment of the Prosecutor or the complaint: "In the PP, which does pay, but you have to prove that he had done so to pay it."
"In the case of Fortuna, Valcarcel further up the bar by pretending to wait for the judgment of the Supreme," he complained.
According to Jose Miguel Muñoz Andreo, "if the PP believes that we must exhaust all possible for a convicted mayor resigns, is denying the very idea of â€‹â€‹political responsibility by leaving it completely equated with the legal and criminal responsibility, which contradicts commitments and ethical codes of those who flaunt the Popular Party. "