Lola Cano says in a statement that "it was during the term of the left when the City Council showed a greater responsibility for the removal of architectural bars, coming to launch an accessibility plan that the PP government later rescinded, leaving lose that subsidy. "
Expressed from the Municipal Group Socialist "an accessibility barrier is an obstacle that hampers the realization of a particular task or activity, thus affecting the full social integration of that person."
They add that "during the 1999-03 legislature, started a plan in this area, with an agreement with the ONCE (Organization of the Blind), which had a 90% subsidy, so the real cost to the city of Totana only reached 10%, and yet the people's government let the plan, "slept the sleep of the just". "
Cano Rodríguez points to the mayor that "from socialism have always shown concern for issues of social policies, and that since his group have repeatedly proposed various measures to Full Council that the folk have" dropped into deaf ears, "with the irresponsible and reckless attitude that characterizes them."
Also remember from the socialist municipal group "committed to increasing the provision of specialized social services and social care, as opposed to passive and indifferent attitude displayed by the PP with the policies of" welfare "and" charitable ", marked by providing guardianship interested in votes. "
Socialists finish by saying that "the attribution of competence in the field of social services corresponds exclusively to the Autonomous Community and the City, both governed by the PP, and advise the council of the area, Juan Carrion," begins to work efficiently and coordinated to be cleared "some" of the undertakings it gave to the citizens. "