Ciudad Real (EFE)
Ask: First measure that she will carry out if she is elected mayor
Zamora’s response: One of my main objectives is to attract companies to Ciudad Real to create wealth and, above all, employment. We have acquired 50,000 square meters of the SEPES industrial estate to begin building and offering quality land. Also, if I am mayor, these companies will be encouraged.
Zamora believes that the PP abandoned Ciudad Real
Ask: Do you have any veto/red line to form a government?
Zamora’s response: Of course I would never do it with Vox because it will be a legal party, but it is not a democratic party. The Popular Party left our city abandoned and I don’t trust at all that they can continue with the project that we have, which is ambitious and at the same time realistic.
Ask: Who are you willing to agree with?
Zamora’s response: Since I became Mayor of Ciudad Real, we have worked for participation as the most effective way of governing and we will continue to do so. The pact with civil society is absolute and the commitment to its demands and proposals has marked and will continue to mark our roadmap.
Ask: If she is not mayor, will she continue in the City Council leading the opposition throughout the legislature?
Zamora’s response: Since I started in municipal politics I have always worked for Ciudad Real. I did it in opposition, as mayor and now as first deputy mayor. Municipal politics is that of closeness, that of realities and for me it is politics with a capital letter.
The three challenges of Ciudad Real for 2030, according to Zamora
Ask: Three challenges facing the city in the year 2030.
Zamora’s response: Meet the objectives of the 2030 Agenda; to make ours a city where citizens have the same rights regardless of their sex or the abilities they have and the business development of Ciudad Real.
Ask: Do you think that voters will vote municipally or will it influence national and regional politics?
Zamora’s response: I hope they do it in a municipal key. This is the policy in which we work, it is the city that is changing, the well-managed city, the city of pedestrians, the city of our children, the city of the present and of the future.
Ask: What do you think is the main concern of your constituents and what solutions do you propose?
Zamora’s response: One of the main problems that all cities have is cleanliness. Much has been invested in new machinery. In my electoral program I promise to increase the staff of this service. However, I also call for awareness among the residents of Ciudad Real.
Zamora’s proposals for the youth of Ciudad Real
Ask: What are your plans to improve the lives of young people (housing, work?) or attract young talent to the city?
Zamora’s response: The youth of Ciudad Real is one of our main concerns. We are going to work on advising in all areas that are most important to them.
Of course work and housing. At our university we train talent that cannot be escaped and I continue to insist that business development will also be an essential element in your employment options.
Ask: Highlight a quality of your main opponent or a concern you share with him about the city.
Answer from Zamora: I am not the one to assess my opponent. But I do believe that from our different way of thinking and working we think of Ciudad Real or at least that’s how it should be.
I am also concerned that he has not dedicated himself one hundred percent to municipal work, making it compatible with other positions at the national level. Ciudad Real deserves an exclusive dedication and I have done it.
Ask: With what three words would you like those who live outside of it to define your city?
Zamora’s response: A sustainable, egalitarian city that is committed to culture and sports.
The people who visit us value our quality of life. We have brought culture to the streets, there is sport every day, we have large green areas and, as I have always said, Ciudad Real is a city to come to and, above all, to return to and in these years we have achieved it and we want to continue advancing .