31 JANUARY DEADLINE FOR EUROPEAN ELECTIONS

European residents must apply by 31st January in their local Town Hall.

César Sánchez: “We have the PP Councillors and Officials of the Province to gather the concerns of
European residents and we will be included them in the roadmap towards Europe “

Partido Popular would like to emphasize that the 31st January is the deadline for applying for the right to vote in the forthcoming European Elections this May.

Campaign Coordinator, European Representative Eva Ortiz, and Provincial General Secretary, José Juan Zaplana, held a conference with local councillors and elected representatives of six different nationalities from the European Union.

On the 11th January 2013 PP councillors and representatives from various localities from within the Province of Alicante all originating from relevant countries and nationalities from the European Union were invited to a meeting with José Juan Zaplana the General secretary of the Partido Popular in the province of Alicante, César Sánchez the General Campaign coordinator, also attending the meeting was General Coordinator Eva Ortiz from European parliament.

Specifically, the meeting brought together German, British, Italian, Dutch, Belgian and French Mayors, councillors and representatives from the Political PP Party from within the Province of Alicante. They addressed the concerns on behalf of the European residents. The Partido Popular shall include those concerns in their roadmap to Europe.

Over all, the conclusions of the conference were focused on locating the key and planning the main strategic points for the forthcoming campaign, which will start in the coming months.

It was expressed to the three provincial officials that European residents have chosen the Province of Alicante as the ideal place to develop their life projects and, in return, it is essential to involve them in decisions that affect them in their daily lives. The European representatives also expressed that the coordinators should work closely to the residents and take into account their concerns so they can forward them on to the people who can solve them.

The commitment from the Partido Popular is to adapt the messages from the meeting into reality for the European residents and to develop and sustain a continued working relationship basis to understand and resolve the actual requests…

Special emphasise was made that to be able to vote in the European elections, European residents must apply by 31st January in their local Town Hall.

The general coordinator of the Campaign, César Sánchez, said that “this is not an isolated event. We will continue. We want the European residents to really feel that the Partido Popular is close to them and their problems. We are the solution, not part of the problem. “

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TORREVIEJA COSTA LIONS CLUB

Come and join our club members on one of our “Business meeting nights” and see what we are doing this year to raise money for charities, in our local area and further afield. We are growing in numbers every month so if you feel like helping us then we can be found on the second Thursday in every month at the Cabo Cervera Hotel in La Mata near Torrevieja, Meetings now start at 19.00 hours.

If you like what you see and hear, then you will be invited to join us at our next social night event later in the month, where ever and whatever it may be you can be sure of a good night.

Contact me on davedanie@gmail.com or via our web site on membership@torreviejacostalions.org

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COURT ANNULS DESALINATION PLANT CESSATION ORDER

COURT ANNULS DESALINATION PLANT CESSATION ORDER

The Constitutional Court has annulled an agreement set out in March 2007 that ordered the paralysation of construction to finish the desalination plant in Torrevieja. A conflict of jurisdiction raised by the central government against Valencia stopped the works.

The plant was set to be a flagship project, becoming the largest such facility in the whole of Europe, and the second largest in the world, but was fraught with political debate, claims of over budgeting and waste and environmental concerns.

Among other arguments, the Valencian Consell said at the time that the state administration was not competent to build the plant as it was situated on the natural and protected land of the lagunas of Torrevieja, and on the path of a natural flowing waterline.

However, according to the legal basis of the decision, the Consell has no jurisdiction but the state ensured the potential benefits of desalination to “generate the resources needed to complete the demands of irrigation areas”.

Once the court clarified that the competence of the plant does lie with central government, showing that in the pre-construction phase there were different processes which took place, including the mandatory environmental impact reports which were issued and the guaranteed involvement of the authorities concerned.

If the community does not agree with the assessment of environmental impact made by the state administration, as in this case, the court has indicated that the path of the autonomous government is an administrative appeal.

As reported in the Official State Gazette, the high court resolves the conflict of jurisdiction raised at the time by the central government against the Generalitat Valenciana following this cessation, in a decision of 21 March 2007.

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