This is the first time in history in which the municipality fails to meet its obligations to Social Security.
In this regard, Manuel Soler, mayoral candidate for the Socialist Party, explained that when a company asks for postponement of social insurance is because it lacks liquidity and is on the brink of ruin
The socialist candidate for mayor of Lorca, Manuel Soler today expressed "extreme concern" about the economic situation of the City after disclosing that during the months of February and March, the council has not paid its contribution for Safety Social.
The amount for February, has not been paid directly, implying that the City has to pay a 3% surcharge, ie 12,638 euros.
March on, the past 25 days that month, the Local Government chaired Francisco Jódar requested a postponement until November.
Interest on late payment of both installments, which will apply a rate of 4%, account for 22,805 euros, plus the fee for non-payment of February account for more than 35,000 euros.
Manuel Soler lamented that Lorca may have to pay that amount by the mismanagement of the government team, which could have been used to pay to NGOs, sports clubs, local police or suppliers.
The socialist candidate put emphasis on it is the first time in history in which the City fails to meet its obligations to Social Security.
In this regard, Manuel Soler said that when a company asks for postponement of social insurance is because it lacks liquidity and is on the brink of ruin.
Soler has complained that it has reached the end of "chapter of personal touch, the last thing any company does not pay."
Row, said the situation is "more than bad" and that he fears Jódar stop paying the payroll of staff if he wins the elections.
Manuel Soler recalled that since the PSOE already warned two years ago of the "ball" that was created with the refinancing of credit policy initiated by the government team of Francisco Jodar.
And is that the PP decided to renegotiate the loans to enter-year grace period, in which only interest payments while delaying the payment of amortization by 2015.
"In total, Lorca unnecessarily pay nearly eight million pesetas per month, about 93 million per year, management's inability Jódar and his team," said the Socialist candidate.
Manuel Soler said that the management of PP was addressed only to ensure liquidity to meet the election year "at the expense of the pockets of Lorca" and jeopardize the future of the municipality and the upcoming local government as from 2015 "much municipal budget will be earmarked to repay these loans renegotiated. "
Manuel Soler has demanded Jódar put on the table all the information about the true financial position of the City.
"I am willing to help to curb this disaster," he said but it must be to deceive the citizens and know what ground we tread. "
Source: PSOE Lorca