The regional deputy Pedro López recalls that the mayor is now requesting the project initially planned by the Ministry and that it was the current director general of highways, Fernández Lladó, who asked to modify the Alguazas exit of the new Arco Noroeste Highway when he was mayor of municipality, with the approval of the General Directorate of the regional governmentPedro López indicates that the Ministry has already warned that the location proposed by the current director general of highways, Fernández Lladó, when he was mayor of Alguazas for the exit of the municipality to the new Autovía del Arco Noroeste did not connect with any road linking the link with the location.
He adds that the Director General of the time stated in writing that the General Directorate of the regional government was planning to make a detour with its own resources that solved the problem."Three years later they presented another brief alleging that they could not assume their commitment to build a new road, and 6 months later they presented another requesting that the approved modified project be maintained." "It is a tease that now, with the work started, they request that they return to the initial location planned by the Ministry," he declares.López warns that this would cause significant delays in the works and would pose a high risk of stoppage.
"Also harming the municipalities of Alcantarilla, Las Torres de Cotillas, Campos Del Río, Lorquí and Ceutí," he says.The socialist deputy affirms that "the only person responsible for this situation is the regional government for its poor planning." "The new mayor of Alguazas should ask her party, the PP, for explanations, demand that the Government of López Miras fulfill its commitments and request the resignation or dismissal of the Director General of Highways of the Autonomous Community," he adds.Pedro López urges the Minister of Infrastructure and Development, José Ramón Diez de Revenga, to abandon his attitude of permanent confrontation with the Government of Spain and activate a line of collaboration to find a solution that does not entail further delays.