The secretary general of the PP, Teodoro García Egea, has shown his surprise that the PSOE will complain against the spokesman of the Andalusian Government, Elías Bendodo, for "telling the truth" about the alleged purchase of votes in Huévar del Aljarafe and not do it against the former mayor involved.
García Egea has pointed out in an informative breakfast that this case "about little uplifting practices" of the PSOE in the Sevillian municipality is "the tip of the iceberg" of a series of cases that contribute to "bankruptcy of trust in institutions."
The number two of the PP, who visits Huévar this Friday to meet with the mayor of his party, has lamented that the town is known for the former Socialist mayor tried to buy votes and for the "threats" to neighbors instead of having among their citizens to an eagle patrol commander.
Bendodo, who has been presented by García Egea, has said he will continue to tell "the truth" even though he is threatened with complaints and has insisted that it is an "implanted, institutionalized" model and a "spider web".
He has described as "unworthy" what happened in Huévar del Aljarafe and said he will continue to say the same as yesterday, which has been a complaint of the socialist party.
"If any Andalusian is told that the PSOE has for many years bought votes, how many Andalusians would be surprised? A few," added the counselor of the Andalusian Presidency.
He has assured that since the information was published, he has received numerous messages from party partners from all over Andalusia saying that the same thing happens in his villages and that the only difference is that in Huévar "the papers were".
. (tagsToTranslate) Garcia (t) Egea (t) surprised (t) PSOE (t) Huevar