The people of Albox have spoken loud and clear. The majority of the people have stated that they do not want to continue in the dynamic in which they have been immersed in the last few years. A town without projection, alone and isolated by dint of doing minor works only with taxpayers’ money has been one of the triggers of the electoral fall of Torrecillas who went from 2958 votes in 2019 with which he obtained 10 councillors, to 1673 supports and 6 councillors in 2023.
The leader of UCIN, lost half of the confidence of the people of Alboja in four years, not only because he insisted on creating a town in his own image and likeness, but also because of his ways that border on disrespect and bad manners, so important when it comes to creating consensus.
This Sunday, 3306 Albojenses said enough. They chose options for the future, with the capacity to rebuild a municipality that is inclusive, friendly, of all and for all. An Albox that comes out of a stale past and rises as quickly as possible into the 21st century. A town that united – because of that which wins governs and that which loses accompanies – gets out of the dunghill into which they have turned it with policies that resemble more a playground than the seriousness with which a municipality that used to be a regional capital should be managed.
In seven years no major investment has reached Albox, nothing has been managed outside the municipality, bridges with the administrations have been blown up and the fear of reprisals has been commonplace.
The majority of Albojenses (70 votes short of an absolute majority) have said that María del Mar Alfonso has to be in charge of starting the reconstruction of the new Albox. The PSOE has the democratic challenge of rearming itself as a political option because it is needed in Albox and its historic voters have been crushed by the slabs. It has all the ingredients to do so and the historic opportunity to mend its error.
Now is the time for dialogue. The people of Albox have spoken loud and clear, waiting for their political representatives to listen to them.