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The Socialists ask for the urgent convening of a committee on "water shortages illegal" (03/11/2010)

According to the PSOE, "after public denunciations that made his group a week ago, have been even neighbors who have given the arbitrariness of Urbaser to turn off water to residents who have not paid a bill."

Also consider that "there might be some collusion with the government team that has not immediately open an information package to the company to know exactly what happened, how many neighbors are affecting Urbaser unilateral decision, and how to punish misconduct they do not occur again. "

Socialists point out that "many families are going through a very difficult economic situation and can not be deprived of a good basic necessities like drinking water."

However, "it appears that, given the failure of a receipt and without the two acknowledgment notices prescriptive, Urbaser is proceeding to cut supply."

"Given the inaction of the mayor to address the problem, the PSOE will be asked to convene an Information Commission to hear first hand and accurate records everything that is happening," he added.

Also, in addition to requesting the attendance of the company, considered "urgent and necessary that the next plenary session will take strong measures so that these excesses are not committed again on the rights of the neighbors."

Finally call the mayor and council members that hold that "focus on solving the problems of the neighbors, that's why they voted, because with his attitude, his recent statements and proposals that led to the October plenary session, are more concerned with solving their own personal papers, than those of citizens. "

Source: PSOE Totana. Foto: archivo Murcia.com

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