Los Alcázares City Council has been the only municipality that did not go to the signing of the manifesto signed by the Community of Irrigators of the Field of Cartagena, the Regional Government and the municipalities of the Field of Cartagena to demand that the Ministry of Ecological Transition accept the decisions on the Tajo-Segura transfer that are issued in the next Central Operating Commission, complying with the law and without leaving out of service any region of the Spanish east.
From the Popular Party of Los Alcázares, they criticize that the mayor of Alcazar, Mario Cervera, has left aside the families and companies of Alcazara that live from agriculture.
Recalling that within the municipality there are companies that are distributors to other large companies of the national and European level.
In the Mar Menor region, the Tajo-Segura Transfer directly supplies 2.5 million inhabitants, creates 250,000 jobs and leads the national fruit and vegetable production, which is an important economic contribution to regional and national GDP, such as It is detailed in the signed document, and to which the City Council of Los Alcázares has not wanted to join, presumably complying with superior guidelines of the regional and national PSOE.
The consistories of different political signs that have signed the manifesto have been those of Cartagena, San Javier, San Pedro del Pinatar, Torre Pacheco, Fuente Alamo, Murcia and the Pilar de la Horadada.
Source: PP Los Alcázares