| Citizens' leadership in the negotiations was a key piece to carry out the Law | Ciudadanos has held its first telematic café in order to explain and clarify doubts about the recently approved Law for the Recovery and Protection of the Mar Menor.
During the meeting, the spokesman for the parliamentary group, Juan José Molina, explained how Ciudadanos led the consensus of the new norm, "we wanted the project to come out with the maximum possible consensus, or the law is born with political unity or it starts badly".
Molina thanked the group of experts for their work and is committed to improving the decree.
From the orange formation two working groups were created, one to negotiate with the PSOE and the other with the PP, “after the first meeting the atmosphere was one of full collaboration.
There have been many calls, and finally the 3 games we sat together.Neither PP nor PSOE have said no to the calls that we proposed from Citizens, "said the orange spokesman.
In turn, meetings were also held with the sectors involved to find out their concerns.During the telematic meeting, the work regarding the use of fertilizers was highlighted, "we have worked a lot on the subject of fertilizers, you cannot use chemical fertilizers, but composted ones, that has been introduced by Citizens", commented Juan José Molina.
Citizens have defended that it can be cultivated in the 1,500-meter strip, but with fertilizers that do not harm and be sustainable agriculture.
In addition, it has opted for the woody crop and that helps to fix the surface.
Juan José Molina highlighted that it is an opportunity and "in years to come we will be world leaders in sustainable agriculture" and added that the law has been opened to the entire watershed of the Mar Menor because "we understand that everything that happens in the basin affects him ”.As Francisco J.
Caparrós recalls, the law cannot solve everything because it is a regulation of regional competences regarding the regeneration and uses of the Mar Menor (Land and landscape planning, port infrastructure, environmental planning and management, agriculture, fishing, livestock, tourism and mining).The spokesmen for Citizens in the municipalities of the Mar Menor highlighted the role of citizens and their courage when choosing to process the decree as a bill in the Regional Assembly.
José Luís Ros recalled that the liberal party has always defended the Mar Menor and in the last legislature the decree of urgent measures came out thanks to Ciudadanos, “we have had the common sense not to do partisanship like the other groups, leaving the initials to one side and put the Mar Menor ahead to reach consensus ”.
From San Javier, Víctor Pérez Escudero emphasized the need to look for sustainable models that make agriculture compatible with tourism, "we are aware of both sides of the coin and we know that they are compatible, so we must join efforts."Ramón Fernández pointed out that it will take more effort and time to recover the lagoon.
Remember that citizens brought to the Assembly the creation of a biotechnology institute of the Mar Menor.