The socialist spokesman, José Antonio Serrano, affirms that "we want the motions not only to be approved but also to be executed and that the highest organ of the City Council, which is the Plenary, has the authority that corresponds to it and that it is no longer used as a mere debate between political groups " Initiatives have been approved to protect the major irrigation channels Aljufía and Alquibla and the monumental complex of Monteagudo, to keep the more than 300 existing sites in condition and to eliminate the Francoist names that still conserve dozens of streets in the municipality. The Municipal Socialist Group carries out motions to guarantee sports to disadvantaged minors, school transportation for Secondary, Baccalaureate and FP students, second university enrollments and unpaid social aids.
Likewise, other initiatives have been approved, so that young people have access to a home, starting with the 88 abandoned in Sangonera la Verde, to maintain the more than 300 existing public plots in ideal conditions, to protect the larger ditches Aljufía and Alquibla, with an evident lack of maintenance and great carelessness, and the monumental complex of Monteagudo and to eliminate the Francoist names that still retain dozens of streets in the municipality. In total, the Socialist Group today presented eleven motions to the Plenary "on matters that give us concern and on which we believe that measures should be taken and responded to, since many of our initiatives, the result of the work of the Socialist councilors and councilors, are requests from groups and residents of our municipality, "explained the spokesman, José Antonio Serrano, who added that" for this reason, we are no longer satisfied with their approval, we want them to be executed.
We want the highest body of the City Council, which it is the plenary session, have the authority that corresponds to it and that they stop using it as a mere debate between political groups ". However, before the debate on the motions, the Plenary decided to postpone the debate on the municipalization of the ORA, which has been applauded by the Socialist Group, because this will allow for greater transparency because the deadline for the allegations is no longer It would be in August "and this will contribute to greater participation in a matter of great importance for the municipality," said Serrano.
Source: PSOE Murcia