Led training Vicent Grimalt has been in a great hurry to keep meetings with the rest of parties, except the Popular Party, to be shaping its governing team for the next term that will start from the next June 13.
The negotiations began with the nationalist group Compromís and the conclusions are very close so it is certain that they will join the new government alliance. Another of the leftist forces, Canviem between Tots who commands Antonio Losada It would also be within the new government, given the interest shown by both sides.
Grimalt held a meeting with Mari Martínez, the leader of Citizens to know their interest in accepting any of the delegations that the government could offer them. Some conversations he also had with members of the Gent de Dénia-Center Unificat formation. With these the position of the Socialists in clear, there is the possibility of donating some councilor, but always conditioned to the delivery of the act of councilor both of the leader, Pepa Font and his second, Miguel Llobell.
The Grimalt himself has said, "would have no problem to provide delegations Juan Carlos Signes and Marisa Armell, but never the offer or Pepa Font or Miguel Llobell".
This statement is now is a point of disagreement with its nationalist partners, who are not the work of any offer to parties that do not form the government team delegation.
A week is presented where there may be some important developments at the political level in the municipality. The definitive closing of the pact with PSOE-Compromís and Canviem Between Tots, the resignations to his council minutes before the investiture session of Font and Llobell and the distribution of municipal delegations among the councilors who form the government team are those that will be resolved at the beginning of the month of June.