Bernardo Jiménezhas been chosen to be part of theNational Executive of Contigo. Specifically, it will be in charge of developing the Commerce, SMEs and Self-Employed policy of the National Executive of this political party.
As highlighted by the local group Contigo Benalmádena, Jiménez has stood out in these areas of management in his professional and public career, “where he assumed the Department of Commerce in the Benalmádena City Council during the period 2015-2019 and the vice-presidency of the ACEB ( Association of Merchants and Entrepreneurs of Benalmádena) from 2008 to 2012”.
This political party held its 2nd State Congress last Saturday and Sunday at the NH Príncipe de Vergara Hotel in Madrid and was attended by delegates from groups from all over the country. The delegates re-elected the Valencian José Enrique Aguar as national president of the partyand renewed the positions of both the State Executive and the State Committee
For his part, the already Secretary of Commerce, SMEs and Self-Employed, showed his satisfaction with the election and assured that “I am very grateful for the trust that the president, José Enrique Aguar, has placed in me, as well as the delegates”, who they supported him with96% of the favorable votes.
In Jiménez’s opinion, “Contigo is a party that is going to grow at a national level and Benalmádena is going to be very present in the governing bodies.” In this line, from this political party they have highlighted that “they are from the center and that they are in the process of expansion at the national level”. They currently have 22 councilors and three mayors and, as they highlighted, “aspire to be the true moderate and centrist political benchmark in our country.”