The secretary general of the Socialist Lorca, Diego Ferra, who acted as host of the meeting, lamented that while the municipalities of Murcia and Cartagena have already signed with the Ministry of Public Works protocols underground railroad passing through their cities, Lorca, "this project is still sleeping the sleep of the righteous" by the passivity of the PP mayor, Francisco Jódar
Lorca yesterday hosted the third meeting of the Great Cities-PSOE drives PSRM to discuss common problems that affect populations over 50,000 inhabitants in the region.
The meeting was coordinated by the secretary of the Socialist City Policy Murcia, Francisca Baraza, hosted by the secretary general and spokesman of the Municipal Group PSOE in Lorca, Diego Ferra and was attended by the head of the Department of Building Government delegation, Diego Peñarrubia, invited to it.
Ferra focused his intervention in the field of railway infrastructure and recalled that this year alone, the government of José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero has awarded contracts worth 400 million euros on the stretch of high-speed line specific to the region, including technical assistance to the process of expropriation of all routes between Murcia and Lorca.
However, he regretted that while the municipalities of Murcia and Cartagena have already signed with the Ministry of Public Works protocols underground railroad passing through their cities, in Lorca, "this project is still sleeping the sleep of the righteous" by the passivity PP Mayor, Francisco Jodar.
The meeting, held in the local branch of the PSOE, also attended by Rosa Mar, César Delgado, Diego José Mateos and Jose Oliva, as delegates of Murcia, Cartagena, Lorca and Molina de Segura, in the so called 'Plan Target Cities. "
Also attended by José María Alarcón, spokesperson Municipal Hall in the regional capital, and Charity Rives and Antonio Gomariz, their counterparts in the port city and Molina.
Together, they defined the tools and strategies to encourage participation, mobilization and socio-economic project in a geographic area, with around 800,000 inhabitants, representing 56 percent of the population of the region.
The group works in coordination since before the summer and is in contact with the rest of Spain cities with similar characteristics under the observation of Antonio Hernando, federal secretary of Cities and Municipal Policy PSOE.
Source: PSOE Lorca