| An expanded delegation of the PP in the Region of Murcia, headed by its national secretary general , Teodoro García has participated in the demonstration called by "More Plurals" in rejection of the LOMLOE | The Popular Party of the Region of Murcia today asked Pedro Sánchez to "listen to parents, students, teachers and the entire educational community" before the approval of an Education law "without consensus" that, in the words of the Minister of Education and Culture, Esperanza Moreno "hurts everyone." The head of Education of the regional government has attended, together with an expanded delegation of representatives of the PPRM, led by its national secretary general, Teodoro García, to the demonstration called by "More Plurals" to show their rejection of the approval of the LOMLOE. Esperanza Moreno has affirmed that the norm "affects all the families of the Region of Murcia" and has expressly remarked that "it damages the freedom of parents to choose the education of their children and special education".
"It not only affects concerted education, but also public education" he insisted. "Today the families of the entire Region must raise their voices because this law affects us all," he reiterated to regret that the Government of Spain has ignored the proposals made from different spheres and social spheres in order that "there is unity and a educational pact that families long for ". The Popular Party of the Region has supported the call for "More Plurals" with the assistance also of the regional secretary general, Miguel Ángel Miralles, national parliamentarians and regional deputies.