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The Socialist Party of the Union requires the immediate opening of the pool (19/06/2010)

The councilors of the PSOE in the Union have made this morning, a concentration at the swimming pool of La Union, to demand the government team of PP for the immediate opening of this sports facility.

Socialist spokesman Mariano Oliver, reported that after three years, the mayor, Francisco Barnabas and the PP have been unable to operate this facility, which left team finished the previous socialist government.

Oliver added that "after three years in office, it is shameful that unionenses have not yet been able to use this facility." This is another example of carelessness and incompetence of mr.

Barnabas and the PP at the time of providing the services demanded by unionenses. "

Completed during the socialist government

He recalled that this installation was completed during the last term, pending review and subsequent reception.

What has been the mayor is responsible for more than a year to select the pool staff, but not operating it. "

Oliver said that "everyone asked why not open and the pool and most of the neighbors say that when put into operation will be destroyed, as it is being vandalized."

Another said that "the PSOE left in cash and bank Mr. Barnabas two hundred and sixty-two million pesetas (€ 1,578,290.81), enough to pay almost three times the money according to the PP prevented the opening of the pool. "

Moreover, Oliver explained that changes to work performed, not invoiced by the construction company until January 2008, and Francisco mayor and Barnabas.

Socialist spokesman concluded: "With the PSOE, the lead unionenses enjoy the heated pool and three years."

Source: PSRM-PSOE

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