“This government, which is supposedly so sensitive to the environment, is leading citizens to use more private cars, contrary to more sustainable mobility and the fight against climate change,” criticised the ‘popular’ deputy Juan Antonio Mata
“As we have been warning for some time, the first day without trains thanks to the Government of Sánchez has generated time chaos and more traffic jams on the motorways of the Region”. These are the words of the regional deputy Juan Antonio Mata, in response to statements made in this regard from the PSRM.
“It is Pedro Sánchez who has created this problem by turning us into a railway island, and it is he who must solve it”, said Mata.
“We understand that all works cause inconvenience, but today there is no work underway that forces the railway closure”, has clarified the regional parliamentarian, which has led him to say that “these inconveniences suffered by 1.2 million users of a commuter line closed unilaterally and unfairly are truly unacceptable, especially for 90,000 disabled Murcians who are literally left on the ground”.
“This government, which is supposedly so sensitive to environmental protection and the Sustainable Development Goals, is leading citizens to use the private car more, contrary to sustainable mobility and the fight against climate change,” criticised Mata.
“Furthermore, the alternative bus transport plan is a botched job: it leaves citizens stranded, it does not meet the needs of the citizens of the region and its routes are interminable, lasting three hours”, said the regional deputy, so, in his words, “instead of coping better with the closure, it causes more chaos”.
Mata has regretted that “Pedro Sanchez again punish the region while the PSRM applauds that we become a railway island,” because, he said, “Conesa and Velez are folded to the partisan interests of his boss in Madrid instead of defending the Murcian people”.
“In their determination to justify the unjustifiable, now the Murcian socialists are using the new European funds as a smokescreen to hide their incompetence and the paralysis of the projects during the last three years,” concluded Juan Antonio Mata.