Local Campaigners ‘New Generations’ selected their new Executive Committee last week appointing Rufino Lancharro as president.
Based in Pilar de la Horadada, the group attempts to find solutions to the problems faced by the townsfolk such as unemployment, health and education. They also investigate allegations of local corruption wherever it might be.
On his election Lancharro said that "during the past three years, the Popular Party has planted the seed of hope in our people, and if I have learned anything in a town like ours, where agriculture is synonymous with prosperity, is that with perseverance and work eventually get their just reward."
Also in attendance at the election was the mayor of the municipality, José Fidel Ros, who expressed his confidence in the ability of New Generations to bring about a major change to local society. He reminded the new president that there are two things that a good politician should bear in mind above all "he should be humble and work hard", “something which I trust I will also demonstrate,” said Lancharro.
Rufino Lancharro is 23 years of age and is studying Industrial Engineering. Hehas been a member of the party for five years.
José Ramón Alcaraz, who had been president of the NNGG for the past 7 years said that "I have always argued that politics is a cycle in which you have to continually make room,” adding "I am delighted to still be involved in politics as part of this new executive and the new president will have my 100% support. "
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