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Citizens present allegations to the project of citizen cohabitation ordinance in Abanilla (22/03/2017)

The training criticizes the generality and lack of definition of the rule, which could lead to arbitrariness by the local administration

"It is a necessary norm, but it does not cover the true needs of the municipality and depends on rules as yet undrawn or discretionary procedures," said spokeswoman Esther Tenza

The municipal group of Citizens has presented several allegations to the draft ordinance on Citizen Coexistence.

Orange spokeswoman Esther Tenza considers this ordinance "necessary," and has acknowledged the efforts of the Government team, but has criticized its "generality and lack of definition, which in the end results in not meeting the true needs of the municipality."

According to Tenza, "it was wanted to cover everything without the necessary tools, which has ended up producing 'gray areas' and lack of rigor in issues as sensitive as the sanctioning capacity of local administration."

The Cs spokeswoman has criticized the ordinance that "its too general scope makes it necessary to regulate some matters to go to other rules that are not yet elaborated or depend on discretionary procedures of the administration.

The logical thing, when you want to regulate a matter, is to exhaust the whole procedure and leave nothing pending of possible arbitrariness, which we fear would always end up hurting the neighbors and not the administration. "

Going into specific details, the municipal group of citizens has criticized the banning of pots and plants, as well as scouring the terraces that give the street between 8 am and midnight, "something that can have Sense in eminently urban localities, but that does not make sense in a municipality with rural roots like Abanilla. "

Likewise, Article 9 of the ordinance, which speaks of the use, use and enjoyment of the public highway, establishes that it will be subject to a municipal license, and would be authorized in different places: non-sedentary sale, tables, chairs and terraces.

The regulations say that this authorization will be subject to the fulfillment of requirements and conditions that may be established in other ordinances, but the problem is that such ordinances do not exist, "which we fear would leave in the hands of the City Council the arbitrary use of these permits And licenses. "

Source: Ciudadanos Región de Murcia

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