The council has publicly called for socialist Carrión its responsibility in drafting the General Plan, "which now question from Murcia in the Declaration of Environmental Impact
Councilman Martinez Usero socialist explained this morning in terms of the PSOE in respect of some aspects of the DIA, making it clear that "this document is necessary to continue the General Plan is drafted in Murcia which governs the majority PP absolute. "
Usero Martinez said that "the head of the General Plan is none other than Juan Carrión and has demanded to stop hiding behind the departments of social affairs and to show his face assuming his guilt before the Environmental Impact Statement to put in closed its General Plan "
Usero Martinez said that "the Environmental Impact Statement by Murcia, which governs the PP, is a statement of the futility of the PP as rulers of Totana, Juan Carrion manager ultimately responsible for planning and General Plan."
Usero Martinez explained that "in the EIS can be read clearly that 20 planning agreements with more than 4 million square meters, which are more than 90% of square feet that were agreed in the council of Carrion and the many companies have paid tens of millions of euros to the City, they will not make for having carried on protected land "
The Socialist councilor asked Carrión responsibility in this regard as "not very well understood as dedicated to unprotect all protected land, when there are thousands of acres where they could build much more easily and without affecting the environment"
For Martinez Usero, "this can only be explained if it is to favor a few, causing injury to others and therein lies the responsibility of Carrion and defended not only the common interest of some stakeholders"
The council has ended by stating that "because such favoritism now we will all pay the consequences, because Totana you are making demands that are not required in other places such as the protection film from 1000 meters to park Espuña" and Carrion noted as responsible.
Source: PSOE Totana. Fotos: Totana.com