Independent Union of Mazarrón (UIDM) want to show their bewilderment and discontent with the lack of journalistic rigor that has, once again, demonstrated the communication group 'La Voz de Mazarrón' through his biweekly newspaper in ensuring that the candidate Mayor of Mazarrón by UIDM, Ginés Campillo, would have made an approach to training that leads Francisco García, Socialist Alternative (AS).
A fortnightly information indicates that comes from a source close to Garcia but that fails to reveal.
Since UIDM want to make clear that there has been no kind of rapprochement between the two formations and much less that, as the paper said, Ginés Campillo declared to anyone at any time to "let bygones be bygones" in relation to the attitude the acting mayor of Mazarrón, Francisco Garcia, has shown in recent months regarding the mayors of our political party.
Since UIDM we continue failing the modus operandi of Francisco Garcia both in regard to our councilors and other matters.
Since UIDM we would like, as 'La Voz de Mazarrón' has quoted statements from a source close to Garcia, the name of that source is desvelase.
It is unacceptable that someone put in the mouths of our leader words have never left him and we can not go to that person to demand an explanation for such behavior which, it appears, only wants to take advantage of a situation that AS is clearly critical, given the lack of sympathy raising their elected councilors from other parties.
Another reason that someone had made such statements could be hurt in the face of the negotiations that are underway to form a stable government in Mazarrón.
Being a subject that is attracting so much interest these days and, having also quoted a statement he would refer to the number one of our party, it had been the least expected is that 'La Voz de Mazarrón' had called Ginés Campillo compare their words.
Something that has not occurred even though we are the main victims.
Therefore, we demand that the group 'La Voz de Mazarrón in the next issue of the biweekly newspaper unveil, as indicated by the journalism ethics at a quoted statements, the source from which have emerged such statements to act accordingly against that person .
Or to amend the mistake by not contacting Ginés Campillo to contrast that quoted information, which unfortunately is not the first time it happens, issuing this statement with integrity in his newspaper.