| The training is committed to introducing infrastructures such as the City of Justice, the ZAL intermodal station, a green hydrogen production plant and measures to improve the Sea Minor | Cartagena, Friday, November 20, 2020.
Citizens have decidedly committed to the Cartagena region, amending the General State Budgets with key actions for economic development.
Specifically, it is requested to start up the defendant Ciudad de la Justicia (1 million euros) as the intermodal station that will form the nucleus of the Logistics Activities Zone (ZAL) of Cartagena, with 2 million euros only in 2021.
The The orange amendments also include the implementation of a green hydrogen plant in the Escombreras Valley (2 million euros), a project that must include the promotion of start-ups in line with the European Green Agreement. In relation to the Mar Menor, the liberal formation has requested that items be incorporated for hydraulic infrastructures that prevent flooding in coastal municipalities of the Mar Menor and actions to avoid contamination of the lagoon by runoff waters and sediment transport.
This is a total amount of 5 million euros. The regional coordinator of Ciudadanos, Ana Martínez Vidal, has assured that "these are historical demands.
We cannot allow Sánchez's budgets to ignore the people of Cartagena." For his part, the spokesman for the municipal group of Citizens in Cartagena, Manuel Padín, has highlighted the work of the orange training both at the local and regional levels to promote the development of the coastal municipality.
"The commitment to making the Los Camachos Logistics Activities Zone a reality is part of Ciudadanos' DNA.
We have been fighting for its development for many years and now, with weight in regional administrations, we believe that it is the right time to achieve the objectives ", explained Padín, who also stressed that" the construction of a City of Justice is vital for Cartagena and, if the central government does not see it, we are here to tell them how to do things.
" Finally, the orange spokesman in Cartagena has highlighted that both the investment in the Mar Menor and the Escombreras Valley are key bets to recover the lagoon and avoid future floods in the coastal populations, as well as to guarantee respect for the environment in the zone.
Source: Ciudadanos Cartagena