The secretary general of the PP, Teodoro García Egea, announced on Thursday that his party will appeal to the Justice the alleged purchase of votes with public funds in the Seville municipality of Huévar del Aljarafe if the Public Prosecutor's Office does not do so.
In an interview with Cape Cope, he considered that the Prosecutor's Office should "act" in this case, following the information published by ABC yesterday.
According to this information, dozens of manuscripts have been found in the Sevillian town of Huévar de Aljarafe attributed to the one who was first lieutenant of socialist mayor until the last elections, which would prove a purchase of votes in exchange for work in the City Council.
"If the Prosecutor's Office does not act, we will take this issue to Justice, because it cannot be left alone in an anecdotal issue," said García Egea, who considers that it is a "modus operandi" and a "systematic blackmail" of the PSOE to all the neighbors of the town that supposes "the very perversion of the democracy".
Therefore, he believes that not only the president of the acting Government, Pedro Sánchez, should give explanations in this regard but that Justice should also act.
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