May 07 from 2021 - 16: 21
The municipal spokesman for Compromís for Dénia, Rafa Carrió, has met today with the Senator of Compromís, Carles Mulet, to move several demands. Specifically, the concern over the announcement by the central government to apply tolls again on highways and highways "when the AP-7 was not released two years ago, achieved by social and political pressure," he said. Carrió.
In fact, the mayor qualifies as "unfair" the arguments provided by Ábalos to justify the measure. In the first place: “We understand that there is a deficit, but if the minister wants equality for the entire territory, let those who have not paid a euro in their lives and have had their roads maintained at the expense of the Valencian taxes begin to pay. while we paid and repaid a toll for 50 years ”.
And secondly, it asks for "coherence" to Socialist Party when it justifies that it will be done for ecological reasons. "And it is that from Compromís we defend all ecological transition measures to reduce the emission of gases from vehicles, but if these measures are not accompanied by a consequent investment for public transport alternatives, such as the Gandia-Dénia Train, we are facing a new an example of social injustice, and we have already seen the little commitment of the government with this claimed infrastructure ”.
They have also commented that, if the first hypothesis that the ministry contemplates to charge a cent per kilometer of high capacity road materializes, for Valencians it would not be an outrage "whenever we first had an alternative to move through the territory, in the that the car was an option and not an obligation ”.
Mulet has communicated that an audit will be required in the State so that it is known how much we have paid more Valencians and Valencians, and demand a balance and compensatory measures when it comes to reintroducing payment on the roads. In addition, "we will demand that before implementing any measure, there is a commitment and a real investment with the Gandia-Dénia Train".