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Mariano Oliver asks political responsibility and a public apology to the PP of La Union and Barnabas to stain his honor by accusing him of mismanagement at the International Festival of Cante de las Minas (11/05/2015)

The Secretary General of the Union, Mariano Oliver, has called a news conference today political responsibility and a public apology to the former mayor of La Union and current Minister of Development, Francisco Barnabas, having stained the honor of the then mayor, Manuel Sanes and Councillor of Finance, Mariano Oliver.

The Popular Party in the city of La Union in 2010 brought charges against Oliver Sanes and questionable municipal management denouncing the Socialist Party between 2005 and 2007 at the International Festival of Cante de las Minas.

Most striking of that complaint, she says Oliver were calling Barnabas statements festival management as shameful, intolerable, outrageous, grabbing pages of regional newspapers, and hinting that someone had kept the money and asking entries publicly where the money was.

"Mr. Barnabas knew full well that the money was in the City, but sought to discredit politically because I was attending the election as a Socialist candidate."

Two years ago in May 2013, Mariano Oliver appeared before the media to announce that he had made a decision by the investigating judge No. 3 of Cartagena, filing this complaint.

On April 29, the Provincial Court of Murcia issued an order which ratified the file and dismissal of those proceedings.

Mariano Oliver said it was "a denunciation of tints undoubted political prestige to him, then alderman of Finance, and to the former mayor, Manuel Sanes, using justice in order to make electoral and political gains by Barnabas and other members of the PP. "

Therefore, Mariano Oliver, who abandon their political responsibilities after 16 years, requires the Popular Union Party and especially Francisco Barnabas publicly acknowledge the political use they did in their day on the issue, lying and telling untruths about management Municipal Socialist Party.

"I want to clarify that I like councilman of Finance never had any competition at the International Festival of Cante de las Minas, as has become clear in all court decisions that have come out on this issue. It has taken five years for justice to put in your Site things, that the management of the festival during the administration of Socialist Party was impeccable. "

So he called for "personal apology, professional and political, as well as our families and say that people like Francisco Barnabas abound in politics and does not deserve the Union and the Region of Murcia. I wonder if the PP candidate, Pedro Antonio Sanchez believes that political corruption is what his teammate Francisco lists Barnabas ".

Mariano Oliver has announced that it is considering taking legal action personally against this action of the Popular Union Party, either libel or civil proceedings in defense of their dignity and honor.


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