The Chamber of Commerce of Orihuela is in “total disagreement,” says president Mario Martinez Murcia, with the forecast of investment in infrastructure by the Generalitat in Orihuela. The Oriolan institution plans to claim the Consell that includes “real” investment, in the 2019 budget, so that the procedures aimed at the duplication of the CV-95 road that unites the city with its coast begin. Martinez Murcia, says it is an infrastructure “of vital importance to the social and economic interests of the municipality and the entire region.”
That is why he also asks “our political representatives to put aside any confrontation and join the legitimate demands we have been making for decades and we plan to resume from the Orihuela Chamber to the Generalitat Valenciana, because it is the only way that On the same side, we can achieve its inclusion in the infrastructure plans we have known in recent days. ”
From Camera Orihuela is already working on the realization of a day of information and technical work in Orihuela “to which we want to attend politicians, businessmen, technicians and specialists from the province and the Valencian Community” for the second half of the month of September. The objective is no other than to unite all the efforts and that the Vega Baja “has a single voice in the design of the infrastructures of which ultimately our future depends and to show the irrevocable need of this municipality to the transformation of its nineteenth-century infrastructures “, said Martínez.
The head of the chamber has also made available to mayors, provincial and regional authorities the Chamber of Commerce “as a unifying element of wills in a common goal, which does not only mean the duplication of the CV-95, a project that we understand can not be do it in a short space of time but we must also plan it in the medium term “. That is why he added that there are many pending infrastructures in the Vega Baja “that we have to put on the table, like the coastal train or the connection through the AVE”.
Martínez has reiterated that the vertebration of the Vega Baja “is a pending issue on the part of the regional administration for years,” and has expressed that if the current plan has been called ‘Uneix’ “can not forget our region in the forecast of growth until the year 2030, and that is what we have to work on, to unite and not to separate “. That is why he insisted on leaving aside the political dispute “and broadening the scope of the future of our territory to ensure that at least 275 million euros of the 18,000 expected to be used to make the new CV-95. I can not believe that the Consell does not include it even if it is in several phases “, concluded Martínez Murcia.
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