Commitment bets on a «Botanical Government» for Xàbia

On Monday afternoon, Compromís per Xàbia opened the doors to the public in a talk in which the acting vice president of the Council, Monica Oltra, the candidate of Compromís, participated. Vicent Colomer and the local party spokesman, Juan Cardona.

The act began with the request and purpose of the political leaders to create a «Botanical government in Xàbia» the next May 26 «And that there are no absolute majorities». Oltra supported the electoral program of Compromís and attended each of the questions and questions raised by the audience.

In the act, the mayor of Xàbia for Compromís announced the line of his electoral program. A program that is based on five points and which highlights a local housing plan to facilitate the rent to young people and vulnerable sectors. In addition, Colomer noted the proposal to build new homes for this purpose.

Commitis per Xàbia is also committed to a Strategic Culture Plan that includes access to the culture of people of different ages, and for a green City in which sustainable mobility is promoted in new urban bus lines, the construction and adaptation of bicycle lanes and negotiating the door-to-door garbage contract.

Likewise, the Compromís program indicates the Internationalization Plan which is intended to promote local products in other countries and the Modernization of the Administration.

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  1. Eva:

    You can not hear the birds and it is stressful to hear the shots of defenseless animals that are only done for fun on the flat ones. I go a lot to walk around.
    I would like to be able to ride a bike through the orange groves, so I would like only vehicles that need those roads to be allowed, because many people only want to stop and bother those who walk, bikes, fields, shepherds ... a lot Thank you


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