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José López encourages reading the Constitution and that this is the guide of behavior for all public servants (05/12/2018)

This morning has taken place, at the Town Hall, Extraordinary Plenary Session of the City of Cartagena to mark the 40th anniversary of the approval of the referendum of the Constitution of 1978.

The session has contemplated the reading of an institutional declaration, as well as the tribute to the councilors of the first democratic Corporation of 1979. It was also counted on the presence of the neighbors registered in the municipality that were born on December 6, 1978 and of the municipal officials who remain active since that date.

Subsequently, the spokesman of the municipal group MC Cartagena, José López, said that "the Spanish Constitution of 1978 came to exclude all exclusion, so that Spaniards endow us with a framework of coexistence".

For this reason, José López added, "we represent the Cartagena people in the City Council exercising the fundamental right to participation in public affairs enshrined in article 23, in this case, as representatives of the people of Cartagena."

The mayor of Cartagena has called attention to the fact that this solemn act "has been presided over by someone condemned precisely for violating this right, but it is to celebrate that the Constitution itself offers us through effective judicial protection, the interdiction of the arbitrariness or control to the administration, the mechanisms to compensate us against those who do not respect it, even if they preside over the act ".

Given this, has invited to read the Constitution as it is "an excellent behavior guide to set priorities and meet our public service function."

The Constitution for the progress of Cartagena and its Region

Regarding Cartagena, the Cartagena spokesman said that "we are Cartagena and we feel Spain, we identify with the unity of our State that we blessed the Spaniards in 1978 and with our flag, which more than likely peaked, for the first time, a ship setting sail from the Arsenal of Cartagena in the 18th century. "

For that reason, "we do not understand that our representatives put themselves in profile in their obligation to improve the lives of the Cartagena people, who renounce to bring the State closer and dedicate themselves to serving a part of it."

José López has stated that "yes, I refer to the province of Cartagena, the restitution of that demarcation that was stolen in the nineteenth century and we demand for reasons of all kinds as endorse the conclusions of the first roundtable constituted in the City Council in 2016, and that was already claimed "by the mayors Enrique Escudero de Castro in March 1982 and Antonio Vallejo Alberola on January 29, 1990."

"The province would increase the weight of our Autonomous Community, of parliamentarians, in decisions as sensitive as water solidarity, or as strategic as infrastructures," he explained.

The municipal spokesman explained that in MC "we are against those who want to break Spain, against those who rely on them and against those who let them do, because we believe in a society and a living constitution that should serve to improve the lives of Spaniards, everyone".

"We also believe in the right to autonomy, in well-understood decentralization, not in the right to fragment Spain and to create farms, that's why we say yes to the province and not to the competences distributed in education, health or justice, because they are the who do state and must be in the State. "

Lopez has appealed to continue "paddling, with work, effort and sacrifice, as did the first democratic councilors, as did the last preconstitutional corporation, as society demands, to share common goals and recover that need to participate in something bigger than they have lost many Spaniards because of the terrible action of their political representatives ".

In addition, has invited to stay aside "to those who do not value the unity of Spain, who do not believe that all Spaniards are worth the same, who discriminate on the grounds of sex, religion, ideology or place of birth or residence, who have created fiefs where there should be governments. "

José López ended with a clear message: "In Cartagena we rise up against all mistreatment, against all coercion and, above all, against the lack of solidarity, Long live Spain, long live the Constitution".

Source: Grupo municipal MC Cartagena

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