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UPyD presented in Torre Pacheco to the need for "more and better policy" (24/11/2013)

The magenta training considered key presence in Torre Pacheco "after the good results obtained in the last general elections" and the case of the town with "population in the area of Cartagena & Mar Menor"

UPyD continued its expansion plan for this year 2013 in the town of Torre Pacheco, with the completion of a public presentation of UPyD in this location.

The event was held yesterday afternoon in the auditorium of the Civic Center and attended the training coordinator magenta, Rafael Sanchez, spokesman Councillor UPyD in San Pedro del Pinatar, José Luis Ros; spokesman Councillor UPyD in Los Alcazares, Mario Gomez, as well as several members of UPyD in Torre Pacheco.

The first round of discussions was initiated by the regional coordinator UPyD, Rafael Sanchez, who said that the presence and presentation of UPyD in Torre Pacheco "was unfinished business we had in the area of ​​Cartagena & Mar Menor, in the case of the town more population. "

In this regard, Sanchez has indicated that almost 680 votes in the last general election - almost 5% - without having grouping and virtually no campaigning and propaganda, "lead us to think that here is a good breeding ground for the UPyD growth ".

"Indeed," continued the training coordinator magenta, "I think we are a unique case in the recent Spanish policy, because voters and their votes are ahead of the physical presence of own game. And this has happened in many places in Spain and the Region. "

Also, Rafael Sanchez recalled the hard work of the seven councilors UPyD in the Region (Murcia, Molina de Segura, San Pedro del Pinatar, Caravaca, Los Alcazares), "which spreads as if they were 70 and that it not only allows presence in the policies of the five municipalities, but their coordinated action give us relevance and visibility in regional politics. "

Regarding the evolution of UPyD Sanchez said that no party has grown or%, or number of votes, much as it did in the general UPyD 2011 and all published in both national and regional surveys, " our growth is constant, and all modesty considering the size and resources of UPyD ".

Focusing on the town of Torre Pacheco, the coordinator said UPyD have achieved 680 votes, nearly 5%, from 58 in 2008, becoming the third local force, ahead of IU, "not only confirms the need also here in Torre Pacheco, UPyD and our understanding and politics. "

In conclusion, he encouraged all attendees "and those who are not but see as a necessary alternative UPyD" UPyD to engage in "any way you Esteem, participating as members or supporters."

And also reminded all those in UPyD in the region from the beginning and all that have been integrated throughout these four years, "we were not, nor are we political use, are citizens, like you, who we have taken a step forward bored and tired of the political landscape, with bipartisanship, almost mandatory. "

Below and to better understand how you understand and makes UPyD municipal politics from the institutions involved councilors and spokespersons UPyD in San Pedro del Pinatar and Los Alcazares, Jose Luis Ros and Mario Gómez, respectively.

Councilman and UPyD spokesman in San Pedro del Pinatar, José Luis Medina Ros highlighted its role of making "hard" opposition and "ungrateful" to occasions when an absolute majority of the Popular Party, many of the proposals in the City UPyD San Pedro del Pinatar "do not come forward."

In this line, Ros, said motions UPyD "always defend the interests of citizens, beyond other political and business interests," and continued José Luis Ros saying "build an electoral program ever to fulfill and defend , unlike other parties. "

Also, Ros Medina said some of the proposals it has made over the two and a half years as a magenta councilor in the city of San Pedro del Pinatar.

The proposals, some of them adopted, "based on three lines of action": first "economic recovery", with the creation of microcredit, support local businesses and entrepreneurs, the "social recovery" proposals as defender disabled, performance agreements with all supermarkets township for donating Discontinued food subsidy to pay the IBI for long-term unemployed and pensioners, and to allocate a budget to social engagement.

And finally, he quoted the last line of action called "respect for people" through transparency measures that the local authority must follow, and the removal of privileges as excessive salaries, grant any extra pay and publication protocol costs.

Meanwhile, Councilman UPyD in the City of Los Alcazares, Mario Gomez, began by alluding to a phrase for it symbolizes very well what the politicians are doing today, "not inherit the earth from our ancestors , but we borrow it from our children "in relation to" are drowning services that rightfully belong to all citizens and we have removed the ".

This is also referred to how politicians throw our money "doing with it what they want", leading to "a bleak situation that gives us a terrible outrage."

Also, Mario Gomez believes it necessary UPyD reach institutions, because you need "a breath of fresh air, natural, healthy people, village people, the street needs to move people to political" and also "necessity" Gomez continued, "have made us to enter into politics to call things by their name, grant wisdom to the political class, without mortgages and charged election in our lists, and finally break the bipartisanship Current ".

Finally, the council spokesman magenta and training in Los Alcazares recalled that have made UPyD "I have as a reference and genuine opposition party within the City of Los Alcazares," and encouraged all attendees to participate in the UPyD project and "make policy for the people."

Source: UPyD Región de Murcia

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