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Citizens will ask at the Congress of Deputies for the cleaning and putting in value of the Rambla de Librilla (11/11/2017)

José Luis Martínez: "La rambla has a great landscape value.

However, it is completely abandoned, full of dirt and debris, and even receives discharges of sewage "

The orange formation presents its local group in Librilla

The national Deputy of Citizens José Luis Martínez will present an initiative in the Congress of Deputies, addressed to the Ministry of Agriculture, so that it is proceeded to clean and value the rambla of Librilla.

Martinez has announced this measure during the presentation of the local group of Citizens in Librilla, an act that has also been attended by the regional spokesman, Miguel Sanchez, the secretary of Organization, Valle Miguélez and the secretary of Institutional Action, Francisco Álvarez.

The national deputy of the orange formation has said that "the rambla of Librilla has a great landscape value that even reminds the Tajo de Ronda.

However, it is completely abandoned, full of dirt and debris, and even receives discharges of sewage, something that is totally illegal. "

"It is necessary to proceed with its cleaning and adaptation.

Firstly because it is in a deplorable state and secondly because if the proper actions are carried out it can become a focus of tourist interest, with the consequent benefits that this situation would produce in the municipality, "Martínez concluded.

Presentation of the local group

The orange formation has also carried out the presentation of its local group, whose leaders are Juan Pedro Sornichero Caballero, as coordinator;

José Martínez Montalbán, as responsible for municipal policy and Judith Roca Alcón, as redic.

Miguel Sanchez said that the local group is composed "by very committed neighbors who are working to improve the situation of their municipality.

We are convinced that Citizens Librilla will enter with much force in the City Council in the upcoming municipal elections. "

The spokesman of Cs has stressed the need to act urgently to solve two of the most serious problems affecting the municipality.

"The new school is a priority and for this reason we submitted an amendment for a budget allocation to carry out its construction.

However, archaeological remains were found in the place where it was to be built, which is why we understand that this location should be underestimated.

Another place has been found, but there are bureaucratic issues that are slowing the construction of the center.

Therefore, we are going to ask for the process to be speeded up because the librillanos need this school, as soon as possible. "

Sanchez also referred to the importance of having an emergency service in the municipality that works 24 hours a day.

"As of 22:00 hours the neighbors do not have health care and they have to move to other municipalities if they need it.

This situation can not continue to be prolonged, "the spokesperson for Cs has concluded.

Source: Ciudadanos Región de Murcia

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