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Socialists require Consellería seeking funds for socio-health area of ​​La Pedrera

10 July 2013 - 00: 00

El concejal y diputado socialista Jordi Serra ha valorado las últimas noticias aparecidas en los medios de comunicación sobre la futura área socio-sanitaria de la Pederera, a raíz de una reunión que mantuvo la alcaldesa de Dénia, Ana Kringe, with the general director of Projects and Europeans of the Ministry of Finance and Public Administration, Juan Viesca, in which he raised the possibility of including this project in the budget of the European Union 2014-2020.

Serra stressed that the steps before the European Union should be carried out by the Social Welfare Department itself, "which is ultimately responsible for the project." The socialist deputy has insisted that "he hopes that this latest announcement to the media will not be a smoke screen to cover the null coordination efforts between Generalitat Valenciana and the City of Dénia, which may lead to a new stoppage of the draft".

The councilor and socialist deputy has mentioned that this news is another sample of the empty content announcements that work on this matter, since since Ana Kringe arrived at the mayor's office everything related to the socio-sanitary area of ​​La Pedrera have been broken promises. Serra has mentioned that in April 2011 "the Consellera Such in a visit to Dénia said that the project was already completed and the works would begin in 2012, as confirmed by the Minister Cabré in August 2011 in the capital of the Marina Alta "

The councilor responsible for social issues of the socialist group, Vicenta Bixquert, Stressed that the GVA has not invested in care resources, so necessary for dependents, since 1995 and added that the Marina Alta is in the wagon tail in places for the disabled.

Jordi Serra, councilor and deputy of the PSPV of Dénia requires the Consellería to collect funds for the future socio-sanitary area of ​​La Pedrera

Revocative Act for Health in La Xara

El PSPV-PSOE de Dénia ha convocado un acto sobre la situación sanitaria en la Marina Alta para el próximo lunes 15 de julio a las 20.30 en la Xara. En el acto intervendrán Juanvi Fornés de la ejecutiva provincial del PSPV-PSOE de Alicante, Modesta Salazar, diputada socialista en les Corts Valencianes, Cati Mínguez, responsable de sanidad del PSPV-PSOE de la Marina Alta y la concejala socialista Cristina Morera.

Cristina Morera has insisted on the need to continue revindicating the rescue of the sanitary management contract in the Marina Alta. "The annulment of cardiology appointments, non-substitution of health professionals during vacations, magnetic resonance waiting lists of more than eight months important to make diagnoses, events such as emergencies last week and non-referral Of patients from the Marina Alta to HACLE de la Pedrera are more than enough reasons to demand that health care in the Marina Alta is totally public and universal, "said Morera insisting that the motion approved by the City of Denia does not stay in the air.

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