The PP denounces that the Generalitat only allocates the 1'8% of the investments in the province to the Marina Alta in 2019

The Coordinator of the Popular Party of the Province of Alicante, Raúl Dalmau, regretted that the government of the Generalitat Valenciana, formed by PSPV and Compromís, has rejected the 100% of the amendments submitted by its party to the General Budgets of the Valencian Generalitat for 2019.

According to Dalmau, PSOE and Compromís allocate from the Generalitat only 1,8% of all investments in the province to the Marina Alta. From his party a total of 25 amendments were presented that have been rejected by the Valencian government. These included outstanding direct investments such as the construction of the new Pedreguer health center and the integral health center of Calpe; the construction and works to be carried out in different educational centers of Dénia and Calp; the construction of the channeling and diversion of the Moraira ravine, the water regulating tank in Beniarbeig and the splitting of the cv-734 road Xàbia to Gata.

From the PP lament "The discrimination of PSOE and Commit to the Marina Alta because their whims will cost us more than 200 million". They also remember that "To help more the economy of the region approve a law that prohibits renting housing to tourists who come to enjoy our land. A nonsense of government linked to a budget disaster in which the Marina Alta is relegated to a secondary role ".

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Comments in "The PP denounces that the Generalitat only allocates the 1'8% of the investments in the province to the Marina Alta in 2019"

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  1. Luis :

    It is good that they denounce it, that if ... when they are in opposition. When the PP was also not that the system was different. But of course, something has to be said.

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