Garaulet and Martínez meet with the Minister of Transparency and the General Secretary of Tourism to advance common strategies to boost the Region in both fields
The candidates for Congress Miguel Garaulet and José Luis Martínez, accompanied by the number one to the Senate for Citizens, Francisco José Caparrós, have held this morning a working meeting with the Minister of Transparency, Participation and Public Administration, Beatriz Ballesteros;
and with the general secretary of the Ministry of Tourism, Youth and Sports, Nélida María Jiménez.
After the meeting, which closes the first part of the round of contacts of the deputies with the heads of the regional Executive, Garaulet and Martínez have pledged their âunconditional supportâ in the Lower House to get âCart agena to be declared by UNESCO as World Heritage City â.
This support will also be extended to the local and regional administration, following the same strategy that the last legislature allowed to promote for Caravaca de la Cruz and its parties the declaration as Intangible Heritage of Humanity.
José Luis Martínez has added that âCitizens' commitment to one of our main industries and an economic engine, such as tourism, is essential and absolute,â and has assured that âit is our intention to continue working to improve its infrastructureâ and strengthen aspects such as wine tourism, religious or experience and sensations "that allow progress in the seasonal adjustment and the creation of opportunities to generate employment and wealth in all the municipalities of the Region."
He also stressed that the transfer of the counseling to Cartagena is already underway, "a commitment that we were the first to highlight, and that Citizens already advanced during the celebration of the last edition of Fitur."
For his part, and after the meeting with the head of Transparency, Miguel Garaulet has stressed that "our commitment to this area is absolute, because it is in the DNA of our training."
The deputy has announced that the presentation of the Law on Good Governance and the Fight against Corruption "continues with the improvements in the text that we are introducing in absolute collaboration with the Ministry" and that he hopes that the text will reach the Regional Assembly "before Let the elections be held. â
He also wanted to highlight the âenormous workâ carried out by the emergency department of the counseling during the last crisis by the DANA or cold drop, and has announced that flood plans and protocols are being reviewed for this type of phenomenon meteorological, "which unfortunately will be more common as climate change becomes more apparent."
Source: Ciudadanos Región de Murcia