Goodbye and good wishes: this is the end of an intense government legislature in Dénia

The City of Denia has put this Wednesday final point to the legislature 2015 / 2019 with the celebration of the last full of the current municipal corporation, thus closing four years of government PSPV y Compromís with the support of Podemos, in opposition to the Popular Party, Ciudadanos and GDCU.

But they were not all. Mayor, Vicent GrimaltHe has not presided over this last plenary meeting when he was on a trip to Italy, at a meeting of UNESCO. So Rafa Carrió He has served as acting mayor. Although it was only a plenary session, with only the approval of the previous minutes as the only item on the agenda, the floor has been given to the councilors who leave the corporation and will not be part of the City Council for the next four years.

Álex Rondenkirchen personalizes his farewell

Álex Rodenkirchen He thanked the support of the rest of the councilors, especially María Mut, as well as the officials of the house. Of Pepa Font, who abandons politics, has said that «He deserves to go out the big door», while a Sergio Benito, who also leaves politics, has transferred him «I think it is a mistake to leave politics because it is a very technical person, very valid».

Those who stay have wished «To do everything possible to improve our society».

The Councilors of Citizens will not repeat either

Sergio Benito and Esteban Chornet, representatives of Citizens in the City Council during this term, are two other councilors who will not repeat as of next Saturday. Chornet has claimed that «Here I leave 21 friends», and everyone has thanked them for their help in the time they have served as alderman.

Benito, for his part, has been very brief in his farewell, also with gratitude as a flag, and affirming that "in politics we are all passing, and it is necessary to make way for new people".

Pepa Font and Miguel Llobell, two veterans who also leave

Pepa Font, one of the veterans of the corporation, leaves politics, her passion, congratulating the PSOE for the victory in the elections, and recommending that «Now that they do not need anyone, it is when they have to prove who they are», but reminding them that, in spite of the absolute majority, half of the votes have gone to other formations.

Miguel Llobell will not be, after 16 years, in local politics either. The councilor of GDCU has wished luck to those who remain, his way of wishing luck to all citizens.

The councilors of the PP remember the officials

The three councilors of the Popular Party that will not repeat in the next legislature, Pepa Sivera, Isabel Gallego and Sabela Miñana, have agreed to thank and praise the work of the staff of the consistory.

Sivera recalled that «Without them we would not be anything», and has appreciated the support of those who have trusted her all these years. Isabel Gallego, meanwhile, has remembered everything she has learned in these years dedicated to politics, while Sabela Miñana has wished the new government team much luck.

Josep Crespo, the only one of Compromís that does not repeat

councilman Josep Crespo he is the only one of his colleagues in Compromís who will not repeat in the next legislature, by personal decision. The councilor has affirmed that «Only those of us here know the responsibility that comes with being a city councilor». Crespo has stressed that «It has been a pride» work these almost nine years in the City of Dénia.

Message from the mayor

Before the end of the session, the spokesperson of the PSPV, Maria Josep Ripoll, has transferred the message of affection from the mayor to those who will not continue in the next term, as well as welcoming those who will start working next Saturday.

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