Since its inception in October 2009, there has been only one meeting.
The PP back information about pollution in sewers and is silencing a problem as important as the air we breathe.
The PSOE Sewer announced today at a press conference their withdrawal of the Monitoring Committee of Pollution and Bad Smells "due to failure of the government team that acquired PP's commitment to all citizens and the three groups politicians.
"The Popular Party pledged to investigate atmospheric problems and solve them, and give due publicity to all residents of Sewell," said Cesar Candel, councilor of the PSOE.
"The PP lies to the citizens and political groups that formed the commission, or has investigated or has given information to anyone, nor have the citizens, even those who collected over 3,000 signatures to be given a solution. "
The socialist council regrets that "The socialist council regrets that" we suffer from unpleasant odors, which are very likely to be harmful to health, while the PP denies us the information we have requested on the companies that have undergone disciplinary proceedings, not even answer us " .
For Caesar Candel, "the municipal government of not telling the truth PP, hide information and more importantly, is trying to silence an issue as important as the air we breathe."
Cesar Candela also announced that the PSOE will ask the Ministry of Health epidemiological study "to explain the reasons for the devastating mortality statistics highlighted in the Municipal Atlas of Cancer in Spain, Carlos III Institute."
For its part, Alfonso Martínez, Secretary General of PSOE d eAlcantarilla, argued that "is more than justified the departure of that committee ghost, and is to meet the demand of the residents of Sewell, who see more and more cases diseases that have no reasonable explanation.
The problem of contamination must be treated with seriousness and rigor, but rather create commissions PP mouths shut when we do not want to be complicit, we want to have information, the more the better. "
Source: PSOE Alcantarilla