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Cayo Lara vows to "do battle" in the budget for 2012 is clearly collect aid for earthquake victims (22/02/2012)

The federal coordinator of IU spokesman and chairman of its parliamentary group, Cayo Lara, today pledged to the people of Lorca to United Left will "do battle" for the State Budget of 2012 due on PP is collected with the aid clarity demanded by representatives of those affected by the earthquakes that struck the Murcian town tragically last May.

Lara was speaking to the media at midmorning after joining the rally that hundreds of representatives of the Assembly of People Affected by Earthquake Residents of Lorca have remained outside the Congress, after they displace from your location to Madrid to display its demands.

At 15.00 hours, and within the House, federal coordinating officer, accompanied by deputy spokesman Richard Sixto and UI-Green in the city of Lorca, Jose Garcia, received a large delegation of the affected to hear their claims in more detail.

The head of UI considered "essential" that Lorca get "urgently needed aid, because it is time that since the government is meeting the commitments and much needed."

In this sense, has committed to submit national initiatives in Parliament to arrive "with the utmost urgency," the 26 million approved by the Joint Commission over the six meetings held, designed to cover the cost of rental of the victims and the repair of damaged homes.

Lara has also been moved to the delegation concerned to ask the central government to cover the costs of demolition of 155 buildings in a state of uncertainty and that the government entity Land (Sepes) construct housing agreement approved by Congress last September and will call for more state aid for the reconstruction of schools affected.

Cayo Lara made no secret of his interlocutors the difficulties that may occur given the policy of 'hard setting' undertaken by the PP government.

Thus, assessed that the Budget "are bad dice," so it is likely that there is "strong cuts" that may also affect the Plan Lorca therefore encouraged Lorca to remain vigilant in their claims.

It found that despite the crisis, there are sufficient resources to meet financing needs that require aid to Lorca.

"We believe there are real possibilities beyond that we are in a policy of cuts," he said.

"We will be what anyone says, he pointed out Lorca, who give unfailing support" and to prove it, he recalled that the IU has been only good words but already submitted various proposals to help rebuild of the Murcian town, although they have been ignored until now, not by the previous Socialist government nor the current PP.

Lara cited the Housing Plan proposed by IU, to be managed by the City, to rebuild homes and businesses which, if implemented, also "had created a significant number of jobs."

Source: IURM

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