| The three parliamentary groups are called to "continue negotiating in the process in the Assembly to reach the greatest possible consensus" | The parliamentary groups Citizens, PSOE and PP have managed to close this morning a "great agreement" that will lead to "jointly presenting 75% of the amendments to the Law on the Protection of the Mar Menor".Of the 90 amendments registered, the three groups will sign together a total of 66.
The three groups have decided to "continue negotiating in the parliamentary process of the law in order to reach the highest degree of consensus." Juan José Molina, Alfonso Martínez Baños and Joaquín Segado have shown "their satisfaction with the high degree of understanding reached in a matter of maximum social sensitivity", after holding the talks open since last week.
Tomorrow the deadline for the presentation of partial amendments ends, and from there the Regional Assembly begins the process to work on them within the parliamentary paper for the approval in committee and plenary session.
Citizens continues to build bridges to the left and right, obtaining an exceptional result for a matter of extreme importance, in which "we have not wavered in the efforts to reach a consensus, which today becomes a wonderful reality," said the orange spokesman.The 1,500m of protection strip have not been in discussion, there is consensus on this issue as well, but we do have to agree on the final wording of article 29 and the specific limitations at a technical level in said strip.We have tangible proof of the enormous need and usefulness of Citizens in the regional and national political scene.Ciudadanos indicates that this is an agreement of all, and that it hopes that all the other parties will join this hard-working consensus."If the Mar Menor has ever needed a bridge, this was a political one, that of Ciudadanos," Molina concluded.