Last Friday the School of Music and Culture hosted the presentation of electoral candidates by Los Montesinos PSOE, who have managed the Town Council since its formation, in 1990.

Using the motto “We talk about the future”, the gathering focused on an analysis of the progress achieved in the municipality in recent years, as well as many exciting projects that are planned for the future.

The mayor and mayoral candidate José Manuel Butrón Sánchez, gave an account of the work carried out throughout the 2019-2023 legislature, highlighting the milestones achieved tory in terms of training, culture, sports, social services, personnel, investments and status of municipal accounts. The government team valued the work in ensuring that “no one was left behind” during these four “difficult” years due to the ravages of DANA, the COVID-19 pandemic and Russia’s war in Ukraine.

Butrón highlighted the healthy and economic solvency of the municipality, a situation that, he points out, “allows Los Montesinos to have a great enthusiasm for the future.”

In announcing the electoral list the mayor said that it combines “experience, youth and commitment to continue making progress in Los Montesinos progress”.

New names such as Natalie Anne Hayes (British who lives in the town), Isabel García (a nurse by profession and member of the local women’s football team) and José Ángel Vallejos (a local musician). The list also includes five councillors from the current government team.

Candidates as follows: José Manuel Butrón Sánchez, Ana Belén Juárez Pastor, Joaquín García Ferrández, Rosa Belén Morán Paredes, Nathalie Marie-France B Dubi, Natalie Anne Hayes, Isabel García Espinosa, José Ángel Vallejos Sáez, María Hurtado Zaragoza, Alejandro Espí Hernández, Mónica de la Torre Legs, Miguel Ángel Paredes Navarro, Librada María Sáez Vicente.