The manager of Citizens has been reported Tuesday the dismissal of his charges to two leaders critical: the speaker in Asturias, Ignacio Prendes, and the speaker in Castilla - La Mancha, Orlena Michael. The two have received an email this afternoon informing them of its cessation, without giving reasons, according to have explained the research to THE COUNTRY. Prendes, and Miguel had been section of the criterion of the address before the November election on the veto to the agreements with the PSOE, and voted against the election of the members of the management company. After learning of these decisions of the manager, another of the leaders, critics, Francisco Igea, vice-president of Castile and León, has announced his resignation as regional secretary for programs of the party.
Sources of the manager have been passed on to this newspaper that the two dismissed "because they had no institutional positions or were members of the executive", and therefore "had no sense that they were spokespersons in autonomous communities where there are people who do have these charges." However, among the new appointments there are two speakers that do not have these charges: Joan Mesquida, who will be the spokesperson in the Balearic islands, and Beatriz Pino, in Galicia. But both are members of the manager.
The already exportavoz spaniard Ignacio Prendes, who was vice-president of the Congress of Deputies, until the elections of November 10, has questioned the decision of the manager of destituirle when it is only a temporary address. "I don't seem to own decisions of a manager in a time of interim, two months before the party congress," she complains in conversation with this newspaper. "It is clear that I do not have the trust of this management, but I have behaved with absolute prudence. I note that the manager does not apply that criterion to itself," he laments.
To be released from their positions, the two exportavoces autonomic cease to be ex officio members of the general council of the party and, in consequence, of the next assembly. In the bronco's general council last November, Prendes was one of the leaders that intervened to challenge that in the composition of the manager to follow members of the former leadership of Albert Rivera despite the collapse in electoral, as the secretary of the Organization, Fran Hervías. "The manager we have chosen gives a sense that there is neither accountability nor assumption of responsibility", carried at the meeting, the former mp Ignacio Prendes. Prendes was one of the five votes against the management, which however was approved by a wide majority, 91.4%, according to official sources.Updated Date: 14 January 2020, 20:00