At the last municipal elections, the PP won ten seats, leaving it one short of a simple majority, and so it signed a pact with the UM, which had two councillors. The UM had voted against accepting the developments by ten votes to two, with four abstentions. The two votes in favour were those of Thomàs, and his right-hand man Antoni Tirado. On July 26, the UM committee in Calvia agreed that at the plenary session which would be held 72 hours later, its two councillors (Thomàs and Isidre Cañellas) would vote against ratifying the urban agreement signed a week earlier by Juan Nigorra and PP councillor Alberto Leon, even though it was known that the UM would not back the terms of the agreement, although it was prepared to negotiate. What is not known is if the PP knew that it already had Thomàs's vote.
After leaving the UM, Thomàs also announced his unconditional support for other controversial projects such as the theme park in Can Vairet and the sports centre in Pla de Ses Penyes Rotges and Sementer de Son Flor. Both the PP and UM have said that they will decide the future of their relations in September.
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