Susana Diaz, the President of Andalucía, visited Garrucha today and held a political rally in front of 1,200 people. She used the meeting to attack the ruling PP party ahead of the national elections, as well as everyone else, and not much else. She recently put her foot in it when she declared that she wanted to leave a better Andalucía “than the one we inherited”. Seeing as to how her party has been ruling Continue reading Andalusian President visited Garrucha today
I’ve received a lovely invitation to a “friendly breakfast and chat” with the Andalusian Minister for Tourism, Francisco Javier Fernández Hernández, next week up in t’big city. Why, it was addressed to me personally and everything. Except for the gold rimmed border. Now, I’m not sure if I received the invite because: I am an important and respect businessman in the expat tourism sector; I once foolishly took out an advert with La Voz (who Continue reading Breakfast with the Minister – any questions?
The following is a press release issued by Somos Mojacar relating the plenary meeting of Mojacar council held on the 30th July 2015. Dear friends, Last Thursday 30th of July the first plenary meeting of the new legislation took place at 10am. The agenda contained: Approval of previous minutes; Representative for the “Mancomunidad”; Request for the Junta to clean the riverbed; and questions and requests. All previous points were approved unanimously. Somos Mojácar proposed 2 Continue reading Mojacar plenary meeting 30th July 2015 report
This morning a meeting was held to establish the councils, wages for councillors and the frequency of the ordinary plenary meetings. Ordinary plenary meetings have been set, for the first time in the history of democracy in Mojácar, to be from now on held at 10am on the last Thursday of every 2 months. For which we proposed a counter-opinion and asked for the meetings to be held once a month and always in the Continue reading Mojacar sets salaries and council meetings for the next 4 years