The regional leadership of IU-Greens, after meeting with municipal groups that share government with the PSOE or condition governments in the minority of this, has described as "unfair and irresponsible attitude" the decision to break the agreement of government that IU and PSOE maintained in Moratalla.
In addition, "the way to do it opens a gap in the communication and relations of these two political formations that will greatly hamper their normalization," report from the formation of leftists in a statement.
At the same meeting, it was described as incomprehensible by a regional leadership of a party, the non-response by the PSOE to the requirements of the regional leadership of IU-Greens to try to resolve the conflict that arose in the government of Moratalla.
IU-Verdes warns the PSOE that with this attitude moves away from the political reality of the region and makes a reading of the wrong and dangerous situation of unpredictable consequences for future municipal governments in the region;
consequences that may benefit right-wing governments "that have played the most gray and corrupt stage of the democratic history of our municipalities."
In this sense, the regional leadership of IU-Greens insists that the political situation must be read as a key to the fragmentation of political space and the existence of minorities in the municipalities that must form coalition governments united by a government program for the benefit of the social majority and the general interest.
We must all learn to manage this situation and not think that the time of the absolute majority of bipartisans will return.
Today the absolute majorities in our region are exceptions and so they will continue.
Therefore, the PSOE is dangerously wrong with this superb and blind attitude. "
For all this, the regional leadership of IU-Greens requires the PSRM-PSOE to strongly and publicly disavow the unilateral breach of the pact of government by the mayor of Moratalla.
Source: IU-Verdes RM