The Spaniard Nino Torre states that "in an emergency situation such as we have social is key and push Reindustrialisation Strategic Plans for cities struggling entrepreneurs as Yecla
On Saturday, the general secretary of Socialist Youth of Spain, Nino Torre, visited our city and called for public support for the socialist proposal of "pushing for a Strategic Plan and Yecla Reindustrialisation to deal decisively from the institutions the plight of destruction employment and business closures that are having this municipality that has long generated a lot of wealth through the efforts of its workers and entrepreneurs. "
For the nation's leading young socialists "can not wait any longer to re-industrialization plans and young job as youth unemployment rates are devastating, and neither the Government of Spain and the Region of Murcia seem have an interest in tackling this drama that affects our country more than 55% of young people ".
The Spaniard Nino Torre claims on behalf of Socialist Youth of Spain that "the fact that Spain has nearly 6 million unemployed and the highest unemployment rate in its history places our country in an emergency situation that requires social mobilization and the combined efforts of all unions, employers, political parties and, of course, the Government to agree on measures to create jobs. "
"In the case of the Region of Murcia, from December to youth unemployment increased by 2.12% and no Valcárcel Rajoy nor seem to care about finding solutions to tackle youth unemployment in Murcia than 16,000 unemployed," said Nino Torre, who also noted that the situation of the impact of the crisis in Yecla "has affected the furniture industry crisis is necessary brick and diversify economic sectors".
At this meeting in Yecla was also the general secretary of Socialist Youth of the Region of Murcia, Inma Sánchez Roca, who said that "claims as to Yecla Reindustrialisation Plan Proponents from JSY must be heard and promoted, because young people are in a critical situation in which we only see as alternatives leave our country when we want to help bring us to stay in our villages with our people, which is what we want to do practically most "
"We need opportunities and support. The Murcia region is the fastest growing community unemployment in Spain and fifth in Europe. Seven out of ten unemployed in the region are young, and in 2012 an average of 45 young people leaving Murcia their municipalities to go abroad, being a generational drama that not only is an untenable situation for young people themselves, but is devastating for our public welfare system and pension, hence to promote youth employment should be the priority of any government. "
For his part, Secretary General of Socialist Youth of Yecla, Sergio Melero, has conducted a review of the harsh impact of the crisis in our city and has claimed that this ciduad deserves an answer "at all levels to re-engage and be a driver wealth in the Spanish East based innovation, quality and export ".
In this sense, Melero has called on the PP to reconsider its rejection of the proposed Plan Reindustrialisation socialist and criticized "the lack of equipment value Ortuño Marcos government and the regional executive Valcárcel when put on the table youth employment policies, which provide a clear and precise serious initiatives to end the insecurity and hopelessness that carries the high percentage of young unemployed people in our city. "
Source: JJSS Yecla