Holy Savior has shelled what will be the fourth proposal for the municipal elections: the creation of the International Wine Fair, Fair Trade and Fair Local Entrepreneur and Self to give more activity to the fairgrounds.
"We have a fairground which is only used once a year with the Furniture Fair, what we propose is to give more active and dynamic and we propose holding three more fair: the Intenational Wine Fair, Local Trade Fair and Entrepreneur Fair and Self "said the Socialist candidate for mayor of Yecla, Holy Savior, who today introduced Blanca Gómez Ibáñez and José Antonio Díaz Navarro, numbers 8 and 9 respectively electoral list.
Meanwhile, Blanca Gomez has stated that motivates be listed "from the government team will train in May if yeclanos give us confidence, we will launch a campaign to support the small businesses that seek the revitalization of the sector and convince yeclanos that the best way to spend your money is being invested in Yecla. In recent times and due to the crisis have seen as closed shops of our city and need a council that will not remain idle. A municipality that constantly promotes advocacy campaigns and awareness of the importance of the small and medium business of Yecla is maintained against the big chains. To do this, the first thing we will do is give more budget the Department of Trade and create the Local Council small and medium business. We further propose a one-year grace period for the business tax for new businesses and holding a Trade Fair at the fairgrounds ".
Holy Blanca Gomez has defined "as a person who knows the problems of local trade and also a lover of the traditions of Yecla living with passion Easter and part of a brotherhood".
José Antonio Díaz Navarro, who declared Saint is "an example of enterprising young", meanwhile has reviewed the situation of agriculture in Yecla and stressed that "we believe that encouraging and supporting this sector may be one of the answers the unemployment suffered Yecla. In the last four years we have seen over 190 young people have decided to opt for the agricultural self-employment in Jumilla, while in Yecla have only been seven. Why this difference? Something is wrong with our city and the City has some responsibility by not properly attended this council. "
Diaz Navarro stated that "since the government team that will form in May, will take various measures such as the creation of land banks, improving the training of young people to promote generational change, optimizing our water resources, promoting generational change, increasing surface irrigation and irrigated perimeter and favoring the 'timeshare' of agricultural machinery to farmers ".
Finally Holy noted that employment will be "the goal and highest priority of all the departments if we form government team because it is the main concern in all yeclanas families."
Municipal Socialist Group
Source: PSOE Yecla