June 28th, 2010
De la Torre argues that the General Plan is a "martyr" by the "torture" to which the Board has submitted.
The mayor of Malaga, Francisco de la Torre, dnded today "institutional loyalty" maintained by the City Council in regard to the revision of the General Urban Plan (General Plan), in contrast to the Junta de Andalucia, which "has submitted "to the planning of M?laga" a political and administrative punishment ", making a" martyr. "
De la Torre, who appeared in, buy kinah aion, full on the request of the PSOE, declare that "there has been a strategy by the junta, which has not complied to the city and have been seriously affected by retarding their development." Therefore, it clear that if urban planning has not been approved yet "is not because the evil done or because we have not been, global agenda credits, interested."
In this sense, the mayor is popular behind stated that the suspension of the final approval of the General Plan by the Planning Commission and Urban Planning of Andalucia (Cotua) almost a year ago, that "was an element of pressure and political upheavals, was the intention of the Board of "blackmail" to get Arraijanal soils., star trek online credits, "If you want the plan approved Arraijanal buy," he added.
In this respect, I contend that the City "is willing to cooperate, but dnding the interest of Malaga" and therefore advocate that the Andalusian government "at least cooperate in some issues under the General Plan," rrring to his request so that compensate the city for getting Arraijanal soils, where the Board wants to build a metropolitan park.
I regret that the Regional Executive has not been characterized by the same loyalty and gave the example aspects of the Spatial Plan of the agglomeration of Malaga (Potaum), which, as recalled, "will be discussed in court."
Faced with criticism of the PSOE, de la Torre assured that planning agreements rrred to in the new document is "to dnd absolutely the general interest and not pursue any eagerness tax collection." For the magistrate, "eagerness tax collection would have in any case the General Plan of Seville" and yet, "was praised, mythologized, glorified and raised to the altars of the Andalusian city planning." "Our General Plan if it is to glorify God", he said. PSOE
For its part, the Socialist councilor Sergio Brenes regret that the General Plan does not have the necessary social and economic consensus, although it is the design of the future of the city. " "They did it alone and with his back to the citizens and their representatives," he denounced.
Brenes, who asked De la Torre is certain that the preparation of this document has cost eight million euros, warned that the General Plan "is the sum of planning agreements that do not favor the general interest, but have only an eagerness tax collection to try to inject money into the municipal coffers of Spain's second most indebted municipality per capita.