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The January Plenary addresses a joint motion of Win Totana-IU and PSOE to urge the regional government to not implement the so-called "parental pin" in schools

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The ordinary Plenary Session of the City of Totana, corresponding to the month of January, addresses this Thursday, January 30, starting at 7:00 p.m., a joint motion of Win Totana-IU and PSOE to urge the regional government to not implementation of the so-called "parental pin" in educational centers.

In addition, the agenda includes the motion of the Mayor's Office urging the Ministry of Health to expedite the necessary procedures to guarantee the provision by the National Health System of the only treatment authorized in Europe for the treatment of lipodystrophy, metreleptin, guaranteeing access in equity and equality to all patients in the different autonomous communities.

Motions municipal political groups

The corporate will discuss the motions of Win Totana-IU for the new start-up of the Agricultural and Livestock Advisory Council in the municipality of Totana, and another institutional support for the proposal for the Regional Dance Conservatory to be located in the southern part of The city of Murcia.

The Plenary will discuss the motions of the Popular Municipal Group to study the improvement of traffic regulation at the junction of the Camino de los Huertos Nuevos with the N-340, at the height of the Macfour Hypermarket;

and requests the tender of the bar-restaurant service of the Municipal Sports Center "December 6".

The PP has raised other motions related to requesting the adaptation in the municipal park "Marcos Ortiz" of roads to facilitate access for the elderly, people with reduced mobility and carriages to different areas of its facilities;

and that the section of public sewerage of the houses of the rural nucleus of Lébor Alto be executed (at the height of the restaurant "Miras").

The latest proposal of the Popular Group includes asking the Congress of Deputies to question the president of the Government of Spain about the agreements reached with independentistas and populists, and reject the action of a president who has agreed with those who want to end the consensus constitutional and equality of all Spaniards.

For its part, the Municipal Socialist Group of the City Council has raised a motion to grant the Title of Adoptive Son to Mr. Antonio Rojas Camacho, and another to request a Mental Health Care Service from the Ministry of Health of the Region of Murcia Totana municipality.

In addition, the PSOE has submitted several more motions to the plenary body to urge the municipal government to request the participation of a municipal tourism technician in the future Regional Tourism Committee and ask the Tourism Institute to include it in said body;

as well as another related to the regulation of the use of pyrotechnics and the protection of the population and animals affected by its use.

Finally, the agenda includes a motion by the Mixed Group in support of constitutional bodies and to urge the current Government of Spain not to make concessions to the independence groups.

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The January Plenary addresses a joint motion of Win Totana-IU and PSOE to urge the regional government to not implement the so-called "parental pin" in schools, Foto 1

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