President Cordoba is committed to “institutional stability and dialogue despite the lack of cooperation on the part of his federation.”

President Cordoba is committed to “institutional stability and dialogue despite the lack of cooperation on the part of his federation.”

The President of the Council of Formentera, Llorenc Córdoba, sent a press release with the aim of informing public opinion about the current situation regarding the negotiations with the political group Sa Unio, with the aim of resolving the institutional crisis that has affected the institution for four months.

According to the Prime Minister, “During this period, I made many efforts to reach a dialogue solution that would guarantee the stability and proper functioning of our institution. I maintained contacts and made proposals in an attempt to find a common meeting point with his union.”

Córdoba points out that his action was aimed “to ensure that the political option that received the majority of votes in the last elections continues to govern, even though the unilateral decision to expel me from Sa Unio has torpedoed the successful absolute majority. I have tried to make this political move It affects the management of the council as little as possible.”

However, the president points out that “for four months, Sa Junwoo council members remained inflexible in their initial position and rejected any attempt at negotiation that did not include my resignation as council president.” Cordoba explains that “there have been threats” in the media that “Sa Unio council members will resign en masse in March if Cordoba does not leave her position as president.”

For Formentera Deputy and Primary and Coastal Sector Councilor, “It is important to underline that my commitment as President has always been and will remain with the well-being and general interest of the citizens of Formentera. I will continue to work tirelessly to overcome this situation and find a way out that preserves institutional stability and enhances the protection and progress of our island.”

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Finally, the head of the island's executive branch thanks the citizens of Formentera “for their understanding and support in these difficult times and I reiterate my commitment to continue working in their interests as President of the Council.”

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