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The Socialist Party claims that after three years lost, and no project for the regeneration of Portman Bay money or company that wants to run (30/10/2014)

The PSRM table an amendment in Congress to PGE works to start next year

The head of the Environment of the Socialist Party of the Region of Murcia, Enrique Ayuso, described as "cynical" statements from the mayor of La Union, Francisco Bernabé, and pointed out that for months the Socialist Party had been denouncing the lack of economic viability and environmental Aria project, the City of La Union, the regional government and the central government, three administrations of PP, have advocated for the regeneration of Portman Bay.

Ayuso explained that the arrest of the president of Aria International, whom the central government has awarded the work of Portman Bay, "just three years selling smoke Barnabas and the regional government, which led us to the end and no project, no money and no company wants to run regeneration, therefore, a lie of the People's Party in the Region of Murcia. "

The social responsibility of Environment hinted that since PSRM "explained that seemed very little the backing of 8 million euros for a massive project, and after learning that the company is in bankruptcy this summer ".

The Socialist Party warned that the bill unveiled new environmental studies needed to ensure that no further harm the state Portman.

"The project presented was acceptable nor economically nor environmentally and repeatedly have denounced."

Enrique Ayuso has announced that Murcia Socialist deputies Maria Gonzalez and Pedro Saura will present the next day an amendment in Congress to the State Budget to the commencement of work on the regeneration of the Bay next year.

"Socialists have always defended the 2011 regeneration project which was supported by all levels of government and social consensus."

This project, recalled Enrique Ayuso, which has a favorable Environmental Impact Statement was drafted after the work of a group of experts from the University of Murcia and began to run waterproofing some of the mines that receive waste taken from the beach regenerated.

Source: PSRM-PSOE

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