Matilde Zambudio announced last night his “incorporation into the political project of Patricia Hernandez“, not the PSOE, since “he joins the list headed by the former mayor as an independent”. In the statement he calls on the chicharreros “to step forward and join the only movement for transformation and change, the one headed by Patricia Hernández, and that they do it regardless of what they have voted for in the past because this is a movement that transcends acronyms.”
Who was first deputy mayor In the period in which the PSOE-Cs pact governed (with the external support of Podemos) he understands that “the city cannot afford four more years of a lack of ideas and desire that makes us lose relevance on the Island and in the Canary Islands”. Zambudio maintains that, in addition to “drive, courage, capacity and a new way of doing things”, Santa Cruz needs to “recover the status of a dynamic, modern and avant-garde city that we never had to leave and return to being the great capital of the Canary Islands “.
“Hernández’s project not only represents the classic voters of the PSOE, but also the vast majority of the city’s residents”
The lawyer defends that “Hernández’s project not only represents the classic voters of the PSOE, but also the vast majority of the city’s residents who think that, after so many unfulfilled promises, it is time to return the illusion to all the chicharreros”.
Zambudio justifies this step by referring to “the political and social situation that Santa Cruz de Tenerife is experiencing”, describes Hernández’s candidacy as “the only one capable of transforming the city and ending the paralysis that José Manuel Bermúdez and the Canary Islands Coalition for Santa Cross”. From her independent status, she maintains that “she is the candidate who has the experience, the platform and the desire to do the work that has been pending for decades in the capital of Tenerife.”
the work done
The current councilor, elected as the head of the Ciudadanos list, recalls that “I witness how the government team that recovered the money from Las Teresitas, that stopped the plunder of Emmasa and that gave Santa Cruz political alternation for the first time in 40 years was censured by those who have always governed the city, thanks to the support of a defector“. Hence, for Zambudio, “it is evident that the only political project in which I can be is the one that guarantees that this work continues,” he says.
Matilde Zambudio, who after the motion of censure returned to the practice of law from her firm, adds that she fully shares his vision and model of the city. “The need to dignify neighbourhoods, the importance of mobility and the creation of parking lots, having a cleaning service at the level, accessibility, the need for housing, the improvement of social services, recovering sports and culture” , concludes the statement made public tonight.