The Secretary General of the PSOE of the Region of Murcia welcomes the decision to distribute European funds based on specific projects.
It is made available to the regional government for consensus and for the support of all political groups. Diego Conesa shows his agreement with the agreements reached in relation to the European funds that our country will receive and his support for the guidelines established by the European institutions and the President of the Government of Spain Pedro Sánchez himself at the Conference of Autonomous Presidents. The Secretary General of Socialists in the Region welcomes the decision that European funds be distributed on the basis of specific projects to ensure that the Autonomous Communities allocate them to the intended objectives and not to other issues. It has also indicated the need to allocate European funds to transform and modernize our country, promoting the digital transition, the ecological transition and social cohesion.
"As we have been saying for a long time, these lines coincide with the main challenges of the Murcia Region.
It is necessary for the regional government to act quickly to define the projects and be able to request their financing." Conesa has placed itself at the disposal of the regional government "from the first moment" to agree and carry out the projects that the Region needs, use these funds as an opportunity to promote the great changes that our Community demands and defend them before the national institutions and Europeans with the support of all the political groups of the Regional Assembly. He proposes to redirect the Reconstruction Commission of the autonomous parliament to agree on these projects in the coming months.
"Among them, how could it be another way, those related to the Mar Menor," he indicated. Diego Conesa has highlighted the need for all administrations to assume their powers, shoulder their shoulders and work in coordination from unity and loyalty.
It is time to put the general interest before party interests, provide solutions to citizens and not generate fictitious conflicts.
It is the moment of the politics of height. "López Miras has once again a magnificent opportunity to manage and reach a consensus on the interests of the Region of Murcia", he concluded.