Marcos Reche renews his responsibility at the head of the Oria Town Council, after having won the confidence of his neighbours for the fourth consecutive time to continue managing the municipality.
The Investiture Plenary held this Saturday in the Municipal Plenary Hall, which was attended by about seventy people, began at 12.30 pm, with the absence of the councillor-elect for Juntos por Oria, José Reche García, who will take possession of his councillor’s seat at a later date.
Once the new members of the corporation were assembled, the age table was constituted, consisting of Gines Pérez Carrillo (PP) as the oldest member of the lists, Antonio Luis Sánchez Oliver (PSOE) as the youngest, and the Town Hall secretary and auditor, Domingo Carrillo Carreño.
Once the credentials had been read out and the declaration of assets of the councillors-elect had been handed in, they were sworn in in order of their lists, starting with the Partido Popular and followed by the PSOE.
After the oath and promise of the councillors of the Town Council, the corporation was declared constituted and the vote for mayor took place, in which Marcos Reche (PP) was re-elected with 7 votes in favour against the 3 obtained by the socialist Diego Torres Lizarte.
Before the end of the act, the mayor reflected on the responsibility of the office and the importance of the collaboration of all the members of the current legislature.