In fairness to Cnclr McKenna, he was available for open discussion on his party's current political position, plans for the future, etc., at the open meeting held at the old police station recently. This was advertised on this forum and on the day itself by speaker-van. I attended this and asked several questions and a summary of the discussion was published on this forum by Dolly Diver. Further, Cnclr McKenna is available to speak to on a one-to-one basis at his office in Playa Arena, as detailed elsewhere on this forum. This is as much, if not more, than you would expect from your UK MP. He has also responded personally to me by e-mail via this forum because I provided him with my true identity. I fully endorse his arguement that it is unfair to expect him to respond to anonymous questions, particularly as these may be of an abusive nature.
The reason he has been unable to do much since elected is apparently the weak position that the current socialist party maintains in national politics. I understand that Cnclr McKenna is hopeful that this situation will change, provided that the conservative party (to which he has "crossed the floor") wins the forthcoming elections, both here and on the Peninsula.