José Miguel Luengo elected mayor of San Javier with the majority of the 11 councillors of the Partido Popular.

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The new Municipal Corporation, after the inauguration this morning of the 21 elected councillors, is made up of 11 councillors from the PP, 4 from the PSOE, 3 from VOX, 2 from Pleamar and 1 from Podemos.

“With the same enthusiasm or more than eight years ago” José Miguel Luengo faces his re-election as mayor of San Javier after the vote of the members of the newly constituted Corporation, with which he revalidates the absolute majority granted to him by the 11 councillors of the Partido Popular. José Miguel Luengo, who begins his third term as mayor of San Javier, said that the majority obtained in the elections “will not prevent our goal is always to reach the maximum and broadest consensus with the other political groups,” to whom he conveyed “a sincere message of outstretched hand and union.

José Miguel Luengo had words of thanks for the last Corporation and congratulated the new councillors. “The 21 of us have an exciting challenge ahead of us and that challenge is called San Javier,” said Luengo, who defended “close, humble, participative politics, that of small gestures and big challenges”. The newly appointed mayor placed families, companies, businesses and the self-employed as the main objective of his policy for the next four years and outlined some of the projects of the legislature as “the implementation of the Business School, the construction of the School of Hospitality, the Aeronautical Cultural Centre and the imminent implementation of satellites in the old airport terminal.

6Luengo placed public safety as a strategic axis and announced an increase in Local Police staff and new infrastructures “to offer the best service”. He also highlighted the implementation of “a good public transport service that connects all our districts” and announced a new drive in paving and maintenance of public roads. He also spoke of the fight against the effects of flooding and referred to the work on two large rainwater collectors which have already begun and the protection of the Mar Menor, for which he guaranteed municipal collaboration with the central and regional administrations.

The chapter of thanks included allusions to his party, to his team, to the neighbours, to all the previous corporations “who have made San Javier the city it is today” and to the public employees “the real driving force of the Town Hall”. José Miguel Luengo ended with personal allusions and emotional thanks to his family with a special memory of his father, José Anselmo Luengo “who 40 years ago took the oath of office here as a councillor of this corporation”, and his grandfather, the former chronicler of the town, Miguel Gallego “who continues to help me today”.

06.17.23 He also thanked his wife and four daughters for their generosity with their public vocation, who were in charge of symbolically handing him the baton of office when the mayor took office again. The mayor ended by thanking the residents for their trust “which I will repay as I know how, by working tirelessly”. Luengo ended his inaugural speech with the motto of San Francisco Javier, patron saint of the municipality, “In everything, love and serve, to the greater glory of God” which he changed to “greater glory of San Javier” to end with a “Viva San Javier”.

Before the election, the 21 members of the new municipal Corporation, formed by 11 councillors from the Popular Party, 4 from the PSOE, 3 from Vox, 2 from Pleamar and 1 from Podemos, with a majority of women (12), a total of 8 new faces, and the entry for the first time of Pleamar, were sworn in as councillors.
06.17.23 Pleno constitución legislatura 23-27 07With the age table constituted by Aurora Izquierdo and Isabel Madrid, older and younger councillors, the elected officials were sworn in starting with José Miguel Luengo, María Dolores Ruiz, Héctor Enrique Verdú, María José Bernal, Antonio Marcelo Martínez, Estíbaliz Masegosa, Sergio Martínez, María del Alba Sánchez, María del Mar Pérez, David Martínez, and Isabel Madrid, for the Partido Popular. For the PSOE, Pedro Jesús Martínez, María Aurora Izquierdo, Iván Darío Zambudio and Susana Segovia were sworn in in this order. The three Vox councillors are María del Pilar Vílchez, Isabel María Ferrer and Adriana Pérez. Antonio Javier López-Alemán heads the Pleamar ticket followed by Sandra María Martínez Blázquez and finally Matías Cantabella for Podemos.

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