Murcia, Feb 1 (EFE) cent” and the confrontation that this matter is generating between the autonomous communities of the east with Castilla-La Mancha.
Miras has reacted like this when learning that the Castilian-La Mancha president, Emiliano García Page, has announced today that his government will appear in court to defend the agreement of the Council of Ministers on the hydrological plan in which this reduction in transfers is established. , before the resources that the autonomous communities of Murcia and Valencia have presented before the Supreme Court.
“Pedro Sánchez and the PSOE already have what they wanted: confrontation, tension, tension between territories and autonomous communities. That is the least needed for any issue, and for the issue of water, even less”, he lamented when asked by journalists during the inauguration of a new health center in the Murcian district of Algezares.
In this sense, he has defended that “who has the exclusive responsibility for hydrological planning” in Spain is the central government, so it is President Sánchez who must convene the regional leaders to “make hydrographic planning that is based on technical criteria and not political or sectarian ones such as those that have motivated the cut in the transfer”.
In the current circumstances, he has ensured that the Murcian Executive “goes with all” and will exhaust “every avenue” at its disposal to stop the cut, first with the appeal filed in the Supreme Court and later with “whatever it takes ”.