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The PSOE warns of failure of the regional government on the creation of an institutional group to monitor and control Lorca + Plan (09/07/2014)

The Socialist Parliamentary Group recorded a motion in the Assembly urging the regional government that meets the resolution adopted in the Policy Debate Performance of the Governing Council, held in June 2013, in which the creation of an institutional group claimed for monitoring and control of Lorca + Plan and to support the recovery of damages caused by the floods of September 28, 2012. Manuel Soler complaint within one year from approval, this institutional group has not yet been established.

Soler regrets that the recovery of Lorca after the earthquakes and subsequent flooding "is being so slow and painful", especially for families who were left without their homes.

"After the elapsed time, over 2,500 people have not yet been able to return to their homes and they lost almost everything by floods have received little government support to rebuild their main livelihood."

Agreement of the Assembly

The exact content of the approved agreement is the following: the Regional Assembly of Murcia urges the Governing Council to create an institutional monitoring group and control Plan for Economic Revitalization Social Lorca +, guaranteeing the arrival of funds allocated to affected by earthquakes, and to continue to support and work in the declaration and recovery of infrastructure and public services, agricultural and livestock in our region affected by the flood last September 28, 2012.

The Municipal Socialist deputy and spokesman believes is needed now more than ever the existence of this group, because "after more than three years since the earthquake occurred, the reconstruction of Lorca is full of uncertainties, mainly due to the delay in payment of aid from the Joint Commission and the lack of understanding of many owners with the Consortium of Insurance Compensation, to this is added the fact that the solidarity Mesa will have ended funds and not get money payment rent to recover advances rendered. "

Soler recalled that in principle the Community and the City of Lorca the previous Socialist government demanded 1,650 million euros to the town of Lorca.

"This vindictive attitude change when the central government passed to the PP, and lowered the amount by half, being finally approved Lorca + Plan amounting to 533 million euros."

The Socialist deputy criticized so far are very few and low amount of completed projects, while others are under construction, such as the neighborhood of Vine, Alfonso X and San Jose.

"The works in these districts are developing very slowly creating multiple problems for neighbors and especially traders, they see as the months pass and hardly anyone enters your business by meeting the road impassable."

There are also delays in the reconstruction of public buildings such as IES Ros Giner, that lack of foresight of the Community in the allocation of work teachers, students and their families have to suffer the negative consequences.

Manuel Soler added that the vast majority of projects are under development, as is the case in the neighborhood of San Cristobal, the Angels or the Central Round.

Also, it is very worrying cases restoring the fairgrounds, and that since nothing is known Plan was approved.

The slowness by the CARM in processing records and completion of works is unacceptable since not yet been spent or 25% of the 185 million EIB loan and the term for the total payments ends 2016.


Furthermore, in relation to flooding Manuel Soler said that "it is alarming that most of the farms were uninsured at the time of the floods, have received little government support occur. Many families are were left without their main livelihood, livestock, vegetable and many infrastructures were devastated by the passage of water, "he said.

Source: PSOE Lorca

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