Bravo de Laguna thanks Ando and the PSOE for letting him be mayor first
The 78 years of the Unidos candidate motivate him to be the first councilor until 2024, who will be followed by Armengol | Socialists prefer to focus on areas such as Urbanism, Social Affairs and Housing
A pact to change management, which has not been difficult to formalize, and which is set as a challenge to put Santa Brígida where it deserves. This is how the leaders of Ando Sataute (NC), José Armengol, from the PSOE, Carlos Carrión, and from United for Gran Canaria, José Miguel Bravo de Laguna, the keys to the agreement that they sealed this Monday at the Hotel Escuela de Santa Brígida to govern Santa Brígida for the next four years, with a two-turn mayoralty. The three forces add up to an absolute majority of ten councilors, and they leave the PP out of the municipal government, which obtained five councilors, and has held the mayoralty throughout this mandate at the hands of Miguel Jorge Blanco.