Pamplona (EFE).- The debate on the state of the city, held at Pamplona City Hall, confronted two visions of Pamplona, that of a city “very well located” in terms of endowments and financial resources to face the crisis thanks to the management of Na+, and that of a city managed by “scams” and with “opacity”, according to the opposition.
Mayor Enrique Maya defended during the debate that Pamplona “is ready” to face future challenges and also assured that in 2023, despite the “hack” that supposes the removal of the capital letter due to the “submission” of the PSN, EH Bildu and Gero Bai in the government, will not raise taxes and may lower the price of the blue zone.
After calling on the PSN for agreement on “pertinent matters”, Maya reviewed everything that had been done since the last general debate and hinted at the budding projects for Media Luna, La Milagrosa, the Camino de Santiago, the extension of the cycle path, new car parks, the celebration of the 600th anniversary of the Privilege of the Union, the rehabilitation of social housing, the first cultural diversity plan, new supervised apartments for the elderly, the gardens of Santo Domingo or the bases of the Cordovilla – Plan Galar for 4,000 housing units.
For the EH Bildu spokesperson, however, Maya’s record is one of “management based on shenanigans, shenanigans and lies”, to which he added that he is “the most disapproved of the most questioned government team”, and pointed out that “the only thing he can get from the trunk are the projects of the previous legislature.”
The mayor of Pamplona during the plenary session of the municipal debate. Villar Lopez
Very critical opposition to the management of the municipal team
According to Joseba Asiron, Maya has a “scam and cortijera” way of governing, to which she added the “bad democratic spirit”, “botched things” such as the Sarasate redevelopment, “indecent” spending for “identity obsessions”. of almost 200,000 euros in a flag and the “lies” of the cost of the Labrit parade, which has now gone from 100,000 euros to 180,000.
Socialist Maite Esporrín also criticized the “lies, shenanigans and waste” of NA+ and a “unilateral action with a partisan and electoral key”, with “bad forms”, “as judge and party”, as well as “opacity” in various cases, “going so far as to force legalization”, for which he deplored “a selfish and irresponsible right” which “accepts neither criticism nor control of the opposition” and which “does not assume the democratic defeats, not hesitating to question the institutions to which they do not send.
And he denounced the “partisan use” of symbols and common public goods and verbal “threats”, by burofax or legal writings “in an attempt to silence us”, because “from what has been agreed with you, only what suits you is”. fulfilled” since in other cases it chooses “to impose”, such as the Labrit footbridge, the Paseo de Sarasate urbanization or the flag of Navarre, a “scandalous” expense in times of crisis.
Finally, Patxi Leuza, spokesperson for Gero Bai, criticized the mayor of Pamplona for his “inability to manage”, his “opacity” and his “xenophobic” attitude, and called for “transparent management” of the city.