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The PSOE of Melilla slips that there is another party involved in buying votes but does not clarify if it accuses the PP

He affirms that after the elections he will not agree with formations involved.

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The PSOE of Melilla slips that there is another party involved in buying votes but does not clarify if it accuses the PP

He affirms that after the elections he will not agree with formations involved

MADRID, 24 May. (EUROPA PRESS) -

The vice president of Melilla, the socialist Gloria Rojas, assured this Wednesday that in the autonomous city, regarding the alleged plot to buy votes for the elections on May 28, "there has always been talk of two" parties involved, "not only of the Coalition for Melilla" (CPM). And she asked if she was referring to the PP, she has avoided giving names: "I am not saying anything, I am not the one to say it."

This has been expressed after the police operation that has led to a dozen detainees for alleged electoral crimes and belonging to a criminal group, including the Minister of Districts, Youth and Citizen Participation of the Government of Melilla, Mohamed Ahmed Al-lal (CPM). , and a relative of the president of CPM, Mustafa Aberchán, the party that governs in coalition in the autonomous city with the PSOE and a former Ciudadanos, President Eduardo de Castro.

Rojas has also stated that the PSOE of the autonomous city, as advanced in a statement, will not reach agreements after the elections with "parties that are involved", stressing that it did so in the plural.

"The PSOE of Melilla is not going to agree with parties that are involved in this conspiracy to vote by mail. And I am talking about parties, because here there has always been talk of two, not only the Coalition for Melilla," he said in statements to Antena 3, collected by Europa Press.

After ruling out the involvement of the PSOE -- "it is beyond all doubt and suspicion" --, the socialist leader has insisted that "any party that is shown to be involved in this plot of voting by mail will not count" with your support if they need it.

At this point, questioned about which other party in Melilla he was pointing to, Rojas has refused to comment and has limited himself to saying that in the media there is talk of two formations.

"In various media outlets it has come out that there are two parties. So, obviously, I am not the one to say it. I am not, logically, leading the legal proceedings. I only know that in various media outlets two parties have come out, unnamed," he said.

And asked if she was accusing PP or Vox of this, she has insisted on not giving names, while advocating that it be investigated until the end, so that the people who have done it "comply with what they have to comply with in the judicial aspect", since "it is not possible to consent" as it is a "shameful" matter.

Asked if he knew that the vote collectors went to neighborhoods to offer money to the residents, Rojas said that the city knew something like this was happening and pointed out that the Melilla socialists were "the first to launch a public petition to that anyone who saw, who heard any vote-buying attempt, denounced it."

"An awareness campaign to tell the citizens of Melilla that it was a crime to buy, but also that it was a crime to sell," he insisted.

He has also taken the opportunity to point out that despite his calls for collaboration from the Popular Party and the leader of the Coalition for Melilla, Mustafa Aberchán, he has not received a response from "neither of the two".

And given the news that talks about possible contacts between Aberchán and agents of the Moroccan Government, the socialist has stressed that she is "completely unaware" but that she hopes that this issue will continue to be investigated.