The parliamentary spokesman, Juan José Molina, highlights the commissioning of the commission on the salt lagoon in the Regional Assembly and the presentation of motions in the riverside municipalities
The Mar Menor and specifically its protection and recovery are a priority for Citizens, who has announced that âas soon as the debate on regional budgets is over, it will address the Law of Integral Protection of the salt lagoon in the Regional Assemblyâ, through the processing of the decree law of measures for its protection.
This was announced this morning in Los Alcázares, on the waters of our natural jewel the spokesman of the orange parliamentary group, Juan José Molina.
Accompanied by the spokespersons in Los Alcázares, Cartagena, San Javier and San Pedro del Pinatar, Molina has highlighted the three grand lines of work that Citizens have marked with respect to the Mar Menor, and which are reflected in point 58 of the Government program agreement : "Both the decree law on protection measures and the consequent Comprehensive Law on the Protection of the Mar Menor are going to be discussed in the Regional Assembly, because we want them to have the maximum possible consensus," Molina explained as the main argument.
The spokesman added that âCitizens have requested the creation of a study and monitoring commission of all the actions that have to be carried out in the lagoon by all administrations, so that we will carry out continuous control to know who is complying and who doesn't?
This commission, which Citizens aspire to preside over for its centrality, would thus fulfill the second great premise: âPromote greater coordination among all the agents involved, municipalities, Regional and State Administration to advance more effectively and quickly in the implementation of plans and measures â.
In this sense, Molina has once again demanded that the Government of Sánchez and Iglesias âlaunch theâ Zero Discharge âplan now and urgently, highlighting the stateâ paralysis âin the face of theâ involvement of the institutions European, largely thanks to the collaboration of our MEPs, especially José Ramón Bauzá, who received a few days ago the confirmation of the European institutions that they are committed to financing the recovery of the Mar Menor â.
At the local level, orange spokesmen in San Pedro del Pinatar, San Javier, Los Alcázares and Cartagena have also joined the joint work strategy to recover the salty lagoon: âWe have already registered motions in which we ask the central government for investments in infrastructures and in the 'Zero Discharge' plan, as well as the elaboration of a Plan Against Floods for the next 50 years, in coordination with the regional government and our town halls, âexplained José Luis Ros.
The municipal petition also includes a proposal for the European Union "to create a forum of cities and flood zones that coordinate actions and investments in these areas, especially affected by climate change."
Source: Ciudadanos Región de Murcia