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MC requires the regional and central governments to make a real commitment to the archaeological recovery of the Roman Amphitheater (11/10/2018)

The Cartagena training will present a motion to the Plenary to demand that the administrations not stop the works of consolidation of walls and excavation in which it is called to be the most important monument of Cartagena

The Municipal Group MC Cartagena will present a motion at the next Plenary to urge the regional and central governments to include in the 2019 Budget a budget to continue with the works of consolidation of walls and archaeological excavation of the Roman Amphitheater.

In this sense, the spokesman of the training Cartagena, Jose Lopez, has considered that "it is time to demonstrate what is the real commitment, and not a mouthpiece, with the recovery of the amphitheater." Autonomous Community and Government of Spain should include, in nominative, a line item in its 2019 budgets for the recovery of this deposit, according to the proposals of the Master Plan, which, as reported by the City Council and CARM, is nearing completion ".

Finally, José López pointed out that "from MC we believe that the dynamics achieved after the impulse given in the last three years can not be lost, that Cartagena and tourists can enjoy the 'open for works' and live from within the spectacular nature of the recovery archaeological site of what is called to be the most important monument in Cartagena ".

Days on amphitheatres of Hispania in the 21st century

Cartagena hosted on 4 and 5 October the Conference 'The Amphitheatres of Hispania in the XXI century' in which numerous experts from the partner universities such as UMU and the University of Valencia, as well as the UPCT participated.

These days were framed in the program of university extension activities of the UNED (National University of Distance Education) and also served to know the current state of progress in this field, momentum given by the Government of MC.

In this sense, the spokesman of the Cartagena training, José López, recalled that "we work by piece to get to document the building, as a step prior to the consolidation of walls of the Bullring, consolidation that, in its first section, has reached twenty meters of perimeter of the centennial enclosure ".

During the two days attendees could checkin situ, from the hand of the coordinator of the City Council, Mari Carmen Berrocal, these advances, together with the Master Plan, will allow to continue the excavations under the Plaza.

Presentation to the 1.5% cultural call for the consolidation of walls

Recently, the City Council announced the presentation of the project of consolidation of walls to the call of the 1.5% cultural Ministry of Development.

It is intended to get 400,000 euros, necessary to move forward and complete the consolidation of the first quarter of the Plaza.

"With this action will be able to excavate that first room of the Amphitheater, visitors will be able to access and end the visit by a natural entrance and exit of the site and will achieve that 'open for works' that MC has always defended, first from the Government and now from our control and control work ".

However, López lamented, "that same audience left with the feeling that the progress in this important strategic project for Cartagena is much slower than desired, the lack of investment and support from other administrations, specifically, the regional and the national, they halt the recovery of the amphitheater, what should be a strategic project at the national level, due to its technical complexity and because it is the only known deposit of this type that continues underground, is being forgotten by the administrations It will be because, as with everything, it is in Cartagena. "

Source: Grupo municipal MC Cartagena

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