The secretary general and parliamentary spokesman of Podemos Región de Murcia has stated that it is "incomprehensible" that the regional government of the Popular Party "get involved" in large infrastructure when there are people like Cieza who "have been claiming works for years that affect the day to day It is the case of the third bridge that has to be built so that farmers do not have to do 50 kilometers to cross from one side to another or the collector of Ascoy, which in summer becomes something unbearable by the smells ".
This is undoubtedly "an example of how different our priorities are from each other." For our part, we will continue fighting, from the Assembly and the City Council with Podemos Cieza, to have better places to live, to have better conditions in our towns and cities. cities with works that make their people's lives easier ".
Ã“scar Urralburu has ensured that Cieza treasures a lot of "wealth" around its tourism and landscape potential, as well as logistical and horticultural terms as it is "one of the most powerful in Spain" with a production of stone fruit, together with Abarán and Blanca, several hundred million kilos.
Potential that will increase with the opening of the Camarillas variant.
Therefore, Urralburu said, "we do not understand how the regional government of the Popular Party has had the town abandoned for so long, in fact, it is one of the biggest disadvantaged in terms of local financing."
Hence, the secretary general and parliamentary spokesman of Podemos, we will continue working from the Regional Assembly "to get the investments and demands of the municipality.We tried in the latest budgets, but Popular Party and Citizens rejected outright our proposals that were going to obtain investments for the collector and the third bridge or for the promotion of the tourism sector through archaeological sites ".
In this sense, the regional deputy, María Giménez, wanted to give a "touch of attention" to the mayors of the area, "popular and socialists" so that they "do not try to bypass the law that the Assembly approved and that holds that the fracking arrives in the Region ".
Giménez recalled that since Podemos "a huge effort was made" to take this law forward and if some mayor "tries to maneuver and fracking sneaks into the region, they will have us in front of it." Fracking has very negative consequences for our land and it only benefits the multinationals, it can be a disaster for Cieza and the whole region. "
For its part, Pilar Martinez, mayoral candidate and current councilor of Podemos in Cieza, has stressed that Cieza, as City Hall of change, has managed to "reduce the municipal debt to unsuspected levels, from 7.5 million to 900,000 euros This will allow us to face a new legislature with sound accounts, which will lead to greater social investments, local infrastructures and the strengthening of services ".
This is the case, Martínez said, about how tourism has grown in something so "characteristic of the area as it is flowering." The step prior to harvesting the fruit has been seen as a unique potential. line with employment and to deseasonalize it to have lower unemployment rates ".
Without forgetting, the mayoral candidate of Podemos Cieza has said that "we have the Arab town of SiyÃ¢sa, unique in the whole Levante.In addition, there are unique prehistoric vestiges, declared World Heritage by UNESCO as the Cueva de la Serreta or The Rooks Shelter Its respectful and sustainable tourism must be linked to the tourist revitalization initiated with Flowering, in order to be able to do this tourism that can be extended to other times of the year ".
Source: Podemos Región de Murcia