6,405,200 people are eligible to vote on Sunday in the elections in Andalucia to elect 109 deputies from the 33 political parties at the 10,351 polling stations in 3,871 electoral colleges. The results should be known at 21:30.
At a campaign rally in Córdoba, PSOE hopeful Alfredo Pérez Rubalcaba named Rosa Agular, current Minister for Environment, Rural and Marine Affairs, as one of those he would include in his new government if elected. That is the same Rosa Aguilar who keeps promising to start the Nerja sewage plant then immediately forgets about it. If anyone is actually looking for …
Saturday saw the inaugural meetings of new municipal corporations with various political pacts being negotiated in municipalities where no one party had obtained an absolute majority. Here are a few of the decisions made in Málaga province at the weekend.
The municipality of Torrox is trying to sort out who will govern following the recent elections, an initial meeting between the PSOE, the largest party, and the IU to discuss a pact having floundered due to the IU condition that the PSOE leader, Francisco Muñoz, and four other socialists must resign.
The PSOE held their first campaign meeting last night at the Colegio San Miguel, mayoral candidate Ángel Ramirez outlining his ideas for Nerja to the invited audience.
For 28 years, the Independent Pro Municipality Torre del Mar Group (GIPMTM), whose main aim is to seek separate municipality status for Torre del Mar, has formed part of the Vélez-Málaga Council, but they could now face competition at the upcoming municipal elections in May 2011.
The PSOE has drawn up its list of candidates for the elections in May 2011, with 70% being the same as for the previous election.
José Pérez, who was mayor of Torrox from 1992 to 1992 as an IU member, has announced that he will be running for mayor at the next elections as a PSA candidate. After his first stint as an IU mayor, José Pérez disappeared from the political scene for a few years before returning in 2007 as leader of the PSA.
The Mayor of Torrox, Toñi Claros (IU), has stated that she will not be seeking re-election in May 2011 and will be replaced by Antonio Toro, the current coordinator of the IU.
The electoral committee of the Partido Popular has officially selected the current Mayor, José Alberto Armijo, as their candidate for the next municipal elections in May 2011.