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Popular Group intends to maintain its advocacy work in the new political (11/09/2012)

The Popular Party councilor, Maria Josefa Sanchez, said that since the Popular Party of Totana has done a great job in the first year of this term of 2011/2015, and we will continue to do so in this second year of the political year.

He said in his press conference beginning of the political year that gave the mayor and the speaker of PP that our work in the Group will be useful policy proposals and motions and demands, to join the work of institutional management.

You commented that these motions have focused and will continue doing what they were the pillars of our commitments and our electoral program: to help needy families, defend the general interests of neighbors and bet on the productive sectors, which are those who must generate employment.

From the GMPP we will continue working on our action team of City government and during the last twelve months: as has been basically fighting the crisis and employment generation especially in regards to mitigate its consequences and require different regional and central administrations start taking steps to get out.

Sanchez explained that we were not at all complacent or compliant with government by being governed today in Murcia and Madrid by the Popular Party, and we will not be in this new political course.

He recalled that the PP also worked before the change of government in November's Office to request the necessary infrastructure for Totana after the cuts made by the Ministry of Development in Estado'2011 Budget and that hurt more than the Region other regions.

He recalled that in the early months of the legislature, with the Socialist government of ZP, have filed motions demanding the arrival of the AVE to the Shire of Guadalentín and in this case, Totana, and claimed the construction of the third lane the A-7 to Totana.

But we continued to be assertive with the new government of Mariano Rajoy, and we will continue to do during this political year.

With Rajoy at the Moncloa Palace, claimed the launch of a National Tourism Plan has been asked to develop an executive order aimed at entrepreneurs, promote a Youth Employment Plan to facilitate labor market entry and modify treatment fiscal assumptions lieu of payment of principal residence.

The Municipal People will continue to work in the claims of the Tajo-Segura Transfer for maintaining agriculture and other productive sectors.

Another thing working GMPP claim has been ongoing historical debt of the Government of the Nation Totana neighbors, with the town council.

We believe that now is not going to keep punishing unjustly Totana and the Region in general as was done in the previous stage ZP governments.

You have to harshly criticize the attitude of socialists totaneros and Murcia have been more vigilant to defend their interests partisan generals of our neighbors.

We worked and we will continue to do for the Government of Spain untenable situation changes being experienced by municipalities with Local Finance Law, although Rajoy has already made arrangements to pay our suppliers.

He criticized the use of propaganda of the two Plans E made the government of the nation in time of ZP and 8 million euros Zapatero's government with its two dedicated E plans his famous posters were not made to pay pay suppliers or employees.

He said that with each banner is made of E Plan works could have paid the salary of a worker in Totana round and remember that, in small Spanish towns even had placards that were worth more than the work or the project .

ZP's government has been the most antimunicipalista of democracy and criticized the lack of presence of opposition groups in their work at City Hall and in the acts.

Source: PP Totana / Video: Totana.TV

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