| The training seeks to incorporate the projects into the regional accounts that allow the development of municipalities | Ciudadanos has continued this week the round of meetings with the City Councils of the Region of Murcia to prepare the regional budgets for 2021.
The liberal formation has visited the municipality of Cartagena and has held a meeting with the municipal spokesman, Manuel Padín, and the councilor de Cs, María Amoraga, to learn about the main demands of the port city.José Gabriel Sánchez, Secretary of Institutional Action, accompanied by the head of Programs, David Sánchez; and the local coordinator of Cartagena and Mar Menor, José Antonio Oliver, stated that "from Ciudadanos we are committed to involving all municipalities in the preparation of regional accounts".
The secretary of Institutional Action for Citizens has stated that "the objective is to know the concerns and proposals and take into account their priorities in the preparation of the next regional budgets."Manuel Padín highlighted "the importance of defining specific projects to provide a budget, instead of incorporating generic items that do not materialize due to lack of specificity".
Likewise, the municipal spokesperson of Cs Cartagena has thanked the will and sensitivity shown by Ciudadanos in order to know the proposals and municipal needs.In the meeting held with the municipal group of Cs Cartagena, various investments that are considered necessary and strategic and that will serve for the development of the municipality as a whole have been studied and analyzed.
Among these projects is the recovery of the fortifications and batteries on the coast of Cartagena, which will promote tourism and the military heritage of the municipality.
In addition, it will be strategic to achieve the declaration of World Heritage by UNESCO, an objective of the orange formation that is part of its electoral program for the municipality.For his part, Jose Antonio Oliver, as deputy mayor in the Fuente Álamo City Council, reported the need to build a new building at the Ricardo Ortega Institute, “the necessary land is available.
It is a key infrastructure to avoid overcrowding of school children ”.
Source: Ciudadanos Región de Murcia