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The Socialist Party claims that the General Municipal Plan of Management is unworkable and unsustainable Fortuna (05/06/2009)

Secretary of Planning and Housing PSRM, Alfonso Martínez Baños, and the Municipal Socialist Party spokesman in the city of Fortuna, Alonso Ruiz, reported that the General Municipal Plan of Arrangement (PGMO) of Fortuna, which has recently received the statement favorable environmental impact and green light from the Coordination Commission for Regional Policy of the Autonomous Community, "is unworkable and unsustainable, and persists in building the only source of employment generation and wealth."

Martinez and Ruiz noted that the Plan appear, within protected areas, land classified as "developable land zoned residential."

Moreover, some of the mountains of public utility affected by urban land, soils are natural habitats of Community interest in developable land, and some cattle trails run through zoned developable land.

In his opinion, the Coordination Commission for Regional Policy "should never have given the green light to continue the processing of General Plan Municipal Management of Fortune, with the repairs listed on the Environmental Impact Statement for a plan that mandates building land for to be built over 100,000 homes in a municipality that currently exceeds 5,000, or plans to build over 4,000 homes within the irrigation area of the Tajo-Segura. "

"You never had to publish the statement in the BORM favorable Environmental Impact Assessment, even with reserves, but should have corrected the repairs and then subjecting the Plan to a new Environmental Impact Statement," they added.

For Bath & Alonso Alfonso Martínez Ruiz, "the regional government has not learned the lesson of the crisis, refuses to acknowledge their mistakes and are not willing to rectify."

And complains that "when all the world's experts advise going to a new sustainable development model, and the Government of Spain has already begun changing the model of economic development, our regional government is insisting on a model of old, worn out and totally unsustainable. "

"It is nonsense to want to defend the Tajo-Segura and parallel to reclassify land be protected agricultural diversions to build houses," he said.

It is necessary to stop the PGMO

Martinez and Ruiz Valcárcel demanded to stop processing the PGMO of Fortune "to explain the whole society which is the territorial model that will implement."

And they remembered that the regional government has the power to order the territory, so this is a political decision.

"The regional government should undertake not to reclassify a single square meter of the irrigation area of Transfer and socialist leaders said, while Valcárcel asked" who climb on the bandwagon of new economic, which do not persist in the errors past, not to strive to follow a path with no path that will only bring more unemployment and more corruption. "


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