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The Valencian executive reflects on Dénia his future political agenda

February 07 from 2020 - 22: 46

The City Council of Dénia has received tonight the executive of the Generalitat Valenciana, whose members will spend the weekend in Dénia in its semi-annual seminar as a concentration.

Ximo Puig, Mónica Oltra and the rest of the consellers have visited the dianense town hall where they have received the mayor, Vicent Grimalt, and the councilors of all the formations with representation in the Town Hall. Grimalt has taken the opportunity to teach Puig and Oltra the title of the city that in 1612 signed King Felipe III.

Puig has informed that this seminar is being carried out in order to evaluate the previous semester and raise the political agenda from the perspective of the Government in the next six months. "It is a moment of reflection for action", said the President, pointing out that the main objective is to achieve "Work and social welfare along a path of coexistence, where everyone can have their own project of life in freedom without anyone telling you what you have to do with your life".

This seminar is held for the first time in the capital of the Marina Alta, showing Puig glad to be able to do it here. "Dénia is one of the most important cities in our Community and we have wanted, at this beginning of the new legislature, to do this seminar here and participate in this extraordinary space, really loved by the Valencians and Valencians", said the President, pointing out that it is a way of recognizing the city for all the work it does as gastronomic and cultural capital. "An open city and also a fundamental part of our country. In addition the Navy is a region without which it is impossible to understand the Valencian Community, able to unite to create meeting spaces and, therefore, I think they deserve to host this seminar."

  1. Van den berghe ronny says:

    Treintraject met Alicante zovlug mogfelijk realiseren

  2. Van den berghe ronny says:

    Zo vlug mogelijk een treinverbindig maken met Alecante

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