The PSRM decided this Thursday provisionally suspend the militancy of the mayor of Molina de Segura, Esther Clavero. He did so after learning that this is part of the group of senior public officials who have benefited from the administration of the Covid-19 vaccine, despite not being included in the initial protocol.
The secretary general of the PSRM and socialist spokesman in the Regional Assembly, Diego Conesa, made this announcement and advanced the implementation of a manager in the socialist group of the municipality. However, despite being asked repeatedly about it, avoided asking the mayor of Molina to present her resignation.
“The decision to renounce her act as councilor or not is solely and exclusively the mayoress,” insisted Conesa. He stated that he has made the decisions he can take as the party’s general secretary. In his opinion, “Clavero will surely act with the exemplarity requested by the PSOE and will also assume the responsibilities of what he has not been able to do well this time.” He stressed that the PSOE “will continue to be exemplary and take action with colleagues who have used their position to skip the protocols.”
“I am sure that Clavero will assume the responsibilities of what he has not been able to do well in this time”
The Secretary General of the Murcian Socialists also reported that he had given indications for the same Thursday file a complaint with the Prosecutor’s Office with the aim of initiating an investigation to clarify the criteria and the order of vaccination followed by the regional government. He regretted the “tremendous scandal of the corrupt dynamics of the regional government with the more than 400 cases, that is known at this time, of Covid vaccination by skipping established protocols ».
“Trust and exemplarity”
He also criticized that the regional president, Fernando López Miras, “has not shown the intention of making public the list of senior officials who have made use of this situation.” Reason why, he stressed, “justice will have to act.” Citizens, he pointed out, “need confidence and certainty in vaccination, transparency about how it is done and exemplary on the part of those responsible.”
Conesa understands that the mayor of Molina de Segura “is being much more transparent” than the members of the regional Executive, “providing all the information required.” However, just as Conesa said that she asks for respect for her personal and family circumstances, she also requested it “for anyone.”
He criticizes that López Miras does not make public the list of senior officials and remarks that “justice will have to act”
Conesa assured that he is not aware of other irregular vaccinations in the PSOE. In addition, he offered information on the four doctors who have responsibilities in the party and in the municipalities. Specifically, there are two regional deputies who are still active in their health centers, and one “has been vaccinated and the other has not.” The mayor of Las Torres de Cotillas, Joaquín Vela, also a doctor, “is active but has renounced this vaccination,” he explained. The spokesman for the Municipal Group in the Murcia City Council and head of the Emergency Service, José Antonio Serrano, was vaccinated because he continues to practice.