Monday, November 23

They investigate the mayor of Gent per La Vila for prevarication and falsification of document


The mayor of Gent per La Vila Pedro Alemany, on the left, with the mayor and Castiñeira.  |  INFORMATION

The mayor of Gent per La Vila Pedro Alemany, on the left, with the mayor and Castiñeira. | INFORMATION

The Civil Guard has investigated – previously accused – the mayor of Gent per La Vila, Pedro Alemany, as the alleged perpetrator of two crimes of prevarication and falsification of a public document by which an illegal down payment of a private home was authorized Street lighting. For these events, the owner of the house, who is an “electrician who works in the City Hall,” has also been investigated as the alleged perpetrator of the fraud of electricity, according to the sources consulted by this newspaper.

The mayor who is part of the tripartite ruling in La Vila Joiosa was not arrested, but had to appear and testify as an under investigation for the aforementioned crimes before the Civil Guard, as well as the electrician.

The agents carried out the investigation after receiving the transfer of some proceedings opened by the Local Police because of the fraudulent connection of electricity. Sources close to the case explained to this newspaper that the electrician considered the alleged perpetrator of the fraud had the councilman sign a document authorizing him to carry out the hitch. The document had a false verification security code (CSV) that corresponded to another letter from the Consistory, according to the same sources. However, this newspaper contacted the councilor to find out his version. Municipal sources indicated that “at the moment, no type of statement will be made” on this matter.

The councilor of Gent per La Vila, who directs the councils of Urbanism and the Integral Water and Heritage Cycle, the part of public lighting and large projects on public roads, highways and rural roads, has been involved these days in the controversy that arose in As a result of the elimination of the toponym of «Villajoyosa» to keep only La Vila Joiosa as official. Thus, after the motion of the plenary session was withdrawn last Thursday by Compromís alleging that reports from the Generalitat were missing, the mayor of the nationalist formation, Josep Castiñeira, revealed on his social networks that what had really happened is that Alemany had changed judgment with your vote. That is to say, in September it voted in favor of that motion to remove the place name in Spanish and in the November plenary session it would have decided not to support this issue, hence the proposal from the plenary session was withdrawn. All this is added to the fact that three years ago, with the PSOE and the US in government, they also voted against it.

That decision to vary the vote would have caused a hole in the government team. The mayor of Compromís indicated in his social network that “the incomprehensible and irresponsible change of criteria 24 hours before Pedro Alemany’s plenary session” would have been the reason for all the mess that took place in the plenary session. He went further and affirmed that “he will know what they have pressured him with, he has broken his word and loyalty with the rest of his colleagues, changing the meaning of his vote” in the motion of the official name that he “defended in the previous plenary session ». Alemany also did not comment yesterday on this matter.

Disencounter Compromís speaks of the full place-name

The councilor of Compromís, Josep Castiñeira, spoke in networks about the controversy of the place name: we have to “play with the cards we have” despite the fact that “some of us do not like them, we will not get up from the table because of a bad hand” or by those who “have placed us as playmates.” Thus he added that “we are all responsible for our decisions, our ethics and the value of our word.”

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