The VOX Parliamentary Group has continued this week with parliamentary activity after presenting three Non-Law Propositions as well as dozens of questions related not only to provincial but also national issues.

In this way, training has focused in recent days on the state of infrastructure, the situation of transport and connections in our country with parliamentary initiatives aimed at knowing the details of the continuous incidents at Badajoz airport, -initiative presented by the deputies Víctor Sánchez del Real and Magdalena Nevado -, or what will be the use of the old Terminal T1 of the Alicante-Elche airport.

With regard to roads, the deputy of Alicante, Eduardo Ruiz, has also registered a question to the Government to know what will be its initiatives to modify the parts of the A-31 motorway between Villena and Alicante with high levels of danger although it has also been concerned to know if the Executive is willing to ensure that respects the fundamental right of parents to choose Spanish as a vehicular language for study.

For his part, Pedro Fernández, deputy for Zaragoza has been concerned about the state of the 'RapitFog' facilities on all roads of Aragon with the aim of detecting fog early and thus avoiding accidents, while the three deputies For Valencia, Ignacio Gil Lázaro, Cristina Esteban and Julio Utrilla have asked the Government for explanations about their plans to complete the full electrification of the Teruel-Sagunto railway line.

The consequences of Brexit, to debate

After the elections of last Thursday, the 12th in the United Kingdom, the deputy for Malaga, Patricia Rueda, has asked the Executive to reveal what are the planned initiatives to alleviate the drop in visitors on the occasion of the departure of this country from the European Union scheduled for this January.

Also, Rueda has shown his concern for tourism requiring from the Government an assessment of the increase in crimes that have occurred in Malaga during the last summer as well as the origin of sewage discharges that have contaminated the coast of Malaga during the high season.

Regarding the situation of the ecological heritage, the deputies of the GPVOX also wanted to know how to guarantee the environmental sustainability Parks like the Axarquia-Sierra de Tejeda Natural Park, the Montes de Málaga Natural Park or the Serranía de Ronda Natural Park.

In this line, the Valencian representatives of the GP VOX have also wanted to know what have been the works of cleaning of channels, streams and ravines that the Hydrographic Confederation of Júcar has carried out during this year in the municipality of Moixent.

Source of the new