| The mayor of Los Alcázares appears in the commission on the Mar Menor at the Regional Assembly and launches three proposals to recover the gap | The alderman of the municipality of Los Alcázares, Mario Pérez Cervera, has appeared this afternoon in the Regional Assembly with the support of his government team to speak about the Mar Menor in the commission on the Decree-Law for the Comprehensive Protection of the Mar Menor.
The alcazareño mayor has been invited by the Parliamentary Group of Citizens to give his vision of the serious situation of the Mar Menor, which is so damaging to his town, not only because of the environmental disaster that it entails, but also because one of its main economic engines, the tourism, is greatly affected by the poor condition of the lagoon. Mario Cervera has presented three proposals from the Los Alcázares City Council during his speech so that they can be studied in the Regional Assembly and can put a solution to saving the lagoon, which, as the mayor assures, "the Mar Menor cannot take any more no patches or plasters.
" The alcazareño representative explained during his speech that "the most important contamination of the Mar Menor is not seen because it is in the aquifer, and liters of water with nitrates go directly to the Mar Menor while we do not allow our farmers to use it, which is why my The proposal is that the use of aquifer water be regulated by the administration for its use, and those who do it without authorization be drastically penalized.
" He adds that "it is incomprehensible that large amounts of runoff water arrive due to torrential rains that could be used by farmers, but today, they drown a whole town, while our Autonomous Community discusses with others about water rights." Mario Cervera has launched two more proposals during his speech.
The second is that no institution can legislate against the Mar Menor or that a company or person can attempt against it, which is why it proposes from the Los Alcázares City Council to provide the Mar Menor with its own legal personality. Mayor Cervera's latest proposal is about urban planning.
Remember that the agricultural sector is not the only one that has had a negative impact on the Mar Menor, which is why it considers it necessary to have a temporary urban moratorium capable of reducing the pressure to which the Mar Menor is subjected.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Los Alcázares