The PP asks the PSOE "if you prefer that the pieces of the archaeological site of La Bastida remain unprotected after the mayor of Totana withdraws surveillance"

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Isabel María Sánchez: "The regional government fulfills its obligation by transferring archaeological material for its custody and protection, after Mayor Cánovas (IU) has decided not to renew the security contract of the archaeological park, which is a municipal responsibility" "The López Miras Executive has always collaborated in the research work on the site, and also financed the infrastructures that house the laboratory, the restoration workshop and the building for the museum," said the PP deputy in the Assembly "We propose that, in collaboration with the Totana City Council, a Master Plan for the Archaeological Site of La Bastida be drawn up, in whose musealization and other actions it should have the financial support of the Government of the Nation", said Sánchez "One could ask the PSOE if it prefers that the pieces of the archaeological site of La Bastida remain unprotected, and at the mercy of any looting, after the mayor of Totana, Juan José Cánovas, withdraws surveillance".

These are statements by the deputy of the Popular Party in the Regional Assembly, Isabel María Sánchez, in response to the criticisms made in this regard from the PSRM. Sánchez has affirmed in that sense that "the regional government fulfills its obligation by transferring the archaeological material to the Alcantarilla deposit for its custody and protection, after Mayor Cánovas has decided not to renew the security contract of the archaeological park." "It should be remembered that the La Bastida site is under municipal jurisdiction, and therefore the regional executive cannot make any decision in this area," the regional deputy pointed out, which is why, as stated, "the PSOE's criticisms are totally unfounded.

" "Precisely, the commitment of the Government of Fernando López Miras with the Archaeological Site of La Bastida has always been clear," said Sánchez, who stressed that "he has always collaborated in research work on the site, and also financed the infrastructures that house the laboratory, the restoration workshop and the building for the museum ". "From the Popular Party of Totana we have already asked the mayor of the municipality, Mr.

Cánovas, and the councilor for the branch for having compromised in this way what is the patrimony of all totaneros," said the regional parliamentarian, who has also explained that "likewise, from the Popular Parliamentary Group in the Assembly, we have registered an initiative in which we propose that, in collaboration with the Totana City Council, a Master Plan for the Archaeological Site of La Bastida be drawn up, in whose musealization and other actions should also have the financial support of the National Government.

" "The Bastida Archaeological Site, baptized as the Troy of the West, is a unique tourist claim for the Region and an economic one for the hotel industry and businesses of the surrounding municipalities: its promotion and empowerment will not be achieved through demagoguery and the confrontation that the PSOE seeks, but with the decisive involvement and collaboration of all the Administrations ", concluded Isabel María Sánchez.

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