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Mª Ángeles Tunisia repeats as candidate of the PP to the Mayor of Puerto Lumbreras (02/02/2019)

The current mayor of Puerto Lumbreras, Maria Angeles Tunisia, will be presented again as a candidate of the Popular Party in the upcoming municipal elections to be held in the month of May.

Hundreds of citizens this afternoon backed the mayoral candidate in an act that was held in the auditorium of the Cultural Center and which was attended by the president of the PP of the Region of Murcia, Fernando Lpez Miras.

The popular mayor defended in his speech "a global model of a municipality in permanent dialogue with the neighbors, which defines us and projects us towards a better future, for which we are already working".

Tunis remarked "with important actions, with large projects and infrastructures, but without forgetting small and essential issues that improve the quality of life and the day to day of the Lumbrerenses".

"Our municipality has become in recent years a benchmark in areas such as employment, education and sports, and we will continue to create the right conditions for Puerto Lumbreras to continue being one of the three municipalities with the lowest unemployment rate in the Region of Murcia, "said Mª ngeles Tunisia.

Since she took office in August 2013 as mayor, her main objective has been to keep Puerto Lumbreras in continuous progress and make this town a place with more opportunities to live better every day.

For his part, the president of the Popular Party of the Region of Murcia, Fernando Lopez Miras stressed that "Puerto Lumbreras is a municipality that leads the creation of employment since it has more than 90 percent of its population with a job" and this has remarked "is due to the employment policies implemented by the PP because they are the only ones that have proven to work."

"Economic policies based on lower taxes and greater economic freedom that have led us to meet the annual employment targets by raising the number of employed over 600,000 and placing the unemployment rate below 16 percent" , data offered this week by the Active Population Survey (EPA) and that has confirmed that "the Region has met its annual employment targets for 2018".

Lpez Miras has made a "very positive" assessment of the data and has highlighted that "in 2018 there were 18,200 people more occupied and 8,200 fewer stops, which supports our successful policies on employment."


Lpez Miras has chaired the PP Board of Puerto Lumbreras and has ratified the current 'popular' mayor, Maria Angeles Tunisia, to head the list for the upcoming May elections because "has a future project for the municipality and its neighbors and his worth will allow him to achieve the goals that he proposes, for that reason he is prepared to revalidate the mayor's office ".

"The PP is the party of the people and behind them there is a solvent economic team that creates employment and wealth as in Puerto Lumbreras," said the regional president of the formation who has criticized that "others often forget to create wealth before distribute it. "

Lopez Miras, during his speech, has encouraged the candidate Lumbrerense to continue working with your project, "because you are doing things well and you must defend your management and implement the policies that benefit your municipality," has ended.

For its part, the newly elected candidate, Maria Angeles Tunisia, has transmitted its "illusion to lead again this PP project to win again the elections in Puerto Lumbreras and continue with the economic policy that makes this municipality and the Region of Murcia, the policy of the Popular Party focused on people continuing to progress. "

Source: PP Puerto Lumbreras

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