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More citizen participation through FAVCC (25/06/2015)

The president of the Federation of Neighborhood Associations and District of Cartagena (FAVCC), Cristina Roca, accompanied by their directors, held a meeting with the mayor, Jose Lopez, which was also attended by the Deputy Mayor, Ana Bethlehem Castejon and Decentralization Councilman Juan Pedro Torralba. In Alcalcía the Town Hall have addressed issues such as security, budgets and citizen participation.

Despite having been a formal visit and have not had time to address all the needs of the FAVCC depth, President Cristina Roca if you moved those issues of most concern.

In addition, the mayor has expressed that they are willing to engage in work with documents on the table for decentralization is increasingly real.

The mayor, Jose Lopez said that this government intends to work to include the Federation of Neighborhood Associations of Cartagena, so much so that the mayor will propose in the next councils and boards, can be present FAVCC.

As for financing, Jose Lopez has criticized the previous municipal government management by budget cuts to FAVCC, and said they will try to address the needs that are possible.

Security has also been a particular issue has been discussed at the meeting.

The mayor of Cartagena explained that lead to the Local Safety Board, to be held tomorrow, Friday 26, a proposal by the FAVCC which is that the Metropolitan Police belt reaches Canteras, Los Dolores, Marfagones Mills, Polygon Santa Ana, the trough etc., and you are not left alone in the middle.

The mayor has continued explaining that must implement the police presence to download the Civil Guard and they can deal with the west.

The president of the FAVCC, Cristina Roca has moved its illusion and of the policy: We see it all very optimistic with this government because we fought together with them to claim many needs.

I think it may be a turning point.

He has assessed that they note because we have much to contribute.

We are in permanent contact with neighborhood associations and can serve as a channel for conveying information, has continued explaining Cristina Roca.

In short, a meeting that both sides are rated as positive, and where the mayor and Deputy Mayor have said that the Town Hall doors will always be open to the federation.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena

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