Thursday, February 2

They vandalize the headquarters of the PSOE in Azuqueca with graffiti against the mayor before a protest by a reception center

The headquarters of the PSOE in Azuqueca de Henares (Guadalajara) has woken up this Sunday vandalized with various graffiti against the mayor of the town, José Luis Blanco, who has blamed this action on the climate of “polarization” and “tension” that “some people , very few”, they try to transfer in the municipality.

The graffiti, in which you can read “corrupt mayor” and other insults, would have been carried out hours before the concentration called for this Sunday, at 11:00 a.m., by the Ciudadanos de Azuqueca de Henares platform and which has had the support of PP and Vox.

“As mayor of Azuqueca de Henares I will always work for coexistence in a city that is supportive and in which all the neighbors want to grow based on coexistence and solidarity,” Blanco stated in a video in which He denounced these graffiti and in which he assures that he will “never” “enter into the provocations.”

The president of the Castilla-La Mancha Parliament, Pablo Bellido, has also denounced these graffiti, who has indicated that “today the hatecracy that some intend to install gives another twist and attacks the PSOE of Azqueca.” “My absolute rejection of any form of violence and coercion,” he said.

In the same way, the PP spokesman in the municipality, Mane Corrales, has shown his rejection and has condemned “these actions” that in his opinion “have no place in a city like Azuqueca.” “It does not seem right to me that the ‘game’ of insults started by the mayor has to continue with these insulting graffiti,” he added on his social networks moments after participating in the rally.

Protest against the immigration service center

This is a protest sponsored under the slogan ‘Cacique government, neither immigrant centers nor dictatorial decrees’, in which the participants expressed their rejection of the Mayor’s Decree that Blanco signed last October for the temporary transfer to the Secretary of Migration Status of the use of a plot with a total area of ​​11,547 m2, on undeveloped land, which will be used solely and exclusively as a Migration Service Center.

It is one of the 17 centers that the ministry headed by José Luis Escrivá is going to build throughout Spain with European funds and the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan. The mayor of Azuqueca specified that this assignment will be prior to the subsequent sale of the land for 1.7 million euros to the Ministry itself.

The organizers of the rally expressed their disagreement with the creation of this center “not because it is for immigrants/refugees, but because of the obscurantism of this government team, because we believe that a decision of this magnitude must be consulted with the public , due to the important impact that it can have in the town in the future”, according to The Herald of Henares.

In this sense, the spokesman for the PP in Azuqueca de Henares, Mane Corrales, who has condemned the graffiti at the PSOE headquarters, has pointed out that “people are very ‘burned’ by the mayor’s authoritarian decisions.” “People are tired of being insulted by calling us racist, xenophobic and indecent to whom we do not think of as the mayor,” he added in a post on his social networks.

For its part, Vox Guadalajara pointed out in its networks that “Azuqueca does not want a covert center for ores and today it has demonstrated it in front of the City Hall.” Several representatives of the formation have attended the concentration, which considers that this Alcarreña town “already lives every day in an insecure multiculturalism blessed by its mayor” and that “it does not need to welcome new potential dangers for its women and children.”





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