The spokesmen of the municipalities through which the AP-7 runs make a common front to demand the "total free" of the highway to the socialist government of Pedro Sánchez after the conversion of the route between Tarragona and Alicante into a free section.
This was announced this morning by the spokeswoman of the PP of Águilas, Eva Reverte, and that of the PP of Mazarrón, Alicia Jiménez, who have assured that "it is inadmissible that, being the same highway, no toll is paid if you travel through the governed provinces for the separatists or for the socialists, but you have to do it if you travel through a province governed by the Popular Party, as is the case with Alicante, Murcia, Almeria and Malaga. "
Jiménez said that this represents a comparative offense for the other Spaniards who do so for the rest of the sections subject to tolls of the aforementioned infrastructure.
For this reason, as the mayor of Mazarrón has announced, the PP of the Region has mobilized and parliamentary initiatives have been presented in the municipalities, as well as in the Regional Assembly, as in the General Courts.
At a press conference, which has taken place in one of the access tolls to the AP-7 along with the regional deputies, Clara Valverde and Inma Lardín, the spokeswoman for the Aguilas PP, Eva Reverte, has said that the central government's duty It is to "ensure that all Spaniards are treated equally, and not discriminated as we live in one or another territory."
"The AP7 motorway is one of the infrastructures that has generated the most prosperity, wealth and employment in Spain" and for this reason, in the words of Reverte, it cannot be allowed to "penalize tolls for several more decades for the inhabitants of those provinces that have freely decided at the polls to be governed by a political color different from that of the central executive or that of its partners. "
In this regard, he stressed that "the duty of the Government is to ensure that all Spaniards are treated equally, and not discriminated against as we live in one or another territory."
The elimination of the toll in the provinces governed by independence and socialism, as opposed to its maintenance in those governed by the Popular Party, "can only be considered as a sign of sectarianism and the object of the frontal rejection of those who believe in equality and Freedom of all Spaniards, Reverte has concluded.
Source: PP Águilas