It has been 6 months since it was agreed in plenary session, by all the political groups that the City Council would grant merchants, hoteliers, freelancers and SMEs an economic subsidy of € 300,000 from the City Council Contingency Fund and thus contribute to mitigating the effects of this economic crisis that hits especially the hospitality and commerce sector.THE PSOE of Totana wants to denounce that today the legitimate recipients of these aid have not received a penny, despite the fact that the City Council has the funds from day one and the numerous reminders that the Socialist Group has made.
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Sadly, this delay has been lethal and it is too late for many, since since then not a few businesses have been forced to lower the blind.These aids were already very necessary from day one due to the numerous setbacks to Phase 1 and restrictions that our city has suffered due to mismanagement and would have been of great help for the sector and especially for those who have been in need to close.Now, with the announcement by the CCAA of a new closure, it is essential that this aid is made effective imminently, since there are many merchants and hoteliers in Totana who live from day to day and nobody assures that they will reopen if they are not It helps them from the administrations.From the PSOE we consider that this lack of seriousness and real commitment to the socio-economic situation on the part of the mayor and his councilors is intolerable.
We demand that they stop looking the other way and focus on the real problems that afflict our municipality.In this situation of pandemic and global crisis, it is necessary for the government team to put aside its electoral program, at least for a time, and begin to attend to the imminent needs of our people.
Source: PSOE Totana