Camera Orihuela has closed with the Popular Party (PP) the meetings that its president, Mario Martinez, has maintained since August with the representatives of the different political formations present in the Valencian Cortes. The torrevejense Eduardo Dolón, at that time vice-president of the Provincial Delegation of Alicante and Alfredo Castelló, popular spokesman in the Commission of Infrastructures of the Valencian institution, have been the representatives of the formation that Isabel Bonig leads, that have listened to the different demands of the president cameral and the treasurer, Antonio Barberá, and have committed to transfer and defend them before the institutions in which they develop their work, both in the Diputación de Alicante and in the autonomic hemicycle, respectively.
Mario Martinez has reported that during the meeting has spoken of the Uneix Plan, to which the Chamber will present allegations in the coming days claiming among other things that the CV-95 begins to be implemented as soon as possible, without waiting for the forecasts contained in a document that It covers up to the year 2030. “We have spoken of CV-95, of the ZAL of San Isidro, of the tolls of the AP-7, of health, we have spoken at the end of the region and of the future”, said the responsible chamber, who has thanked the people for their attention, and who has reported the commitment made by the Minister of Infrastructure, María José Salvador, to include the project for the construction of the new road in the regional budgets next year.
For his part, Eduardo Dolón has expressed the need for institutions such as the Chamber of Commerce to claim “some problems that we know and for whose solution we work day by day”, and added that the Provincial Council of which he is vice president “also It will make a budgetary effort to support the Chamber, so that the Chamber can support us when it comes to transferring to the Valencian government the importance of the Vega Baja and the investments that we needed years ago “.
The popular autonomic deputy, Alfredo Castelló, has said that the Valencian Community should be structured “from the bottom up” and has committed as a representative of the PP on infrastructure in the Valencian Cortes to put all their part “so that the Valencian government put the projects up and running, “he said
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