VOX Murcia has initiated the appeal of unconstitutionality of the Comprehensive Law of the Mar Menor approved in the Regional Assembly with the support of PP, PSOE and Cs last July, attacking farmers directly and without palliative action.
The allies of Sánchez and Iglesias demonstrated that their only intention is to criminalize the agriculture of Murcia and ruin it, something that this party has reproached both at the regional and national level, requesting the appearance of Minister Ribera, presenting allegations to the report of the Hydrographic Confederation of the Segura or through questions to misgovernment both in Congress and in the Senate.
José Ángel Antelo, provincial president, applauds the decision of the appeal and recalls that VOX "is the only party that defends Spain that rises early" and "keeps its word by appealing the unconstitutionality of a law with which the progressive consensus exonerates itself by mistreating the agricultural sector."
The allegations presented by VOX before the Court regarding the unconstitutionality of a large part of the articles of Law 3/2020 on the recovery and protection of the Mar Menor are the following:
-The law affects property rights art. 33 of the Spanish Constitution and freedom of business of art. 38 of the EC. It imposes limitations and prohibits farmers that cannot be agreed by the Autonomous Community. It also affects hydrological planning and the maritime-terrestrial public domain that are the responsibility of the State.
-The law breaks the necessary balance between the environment and socio-economic activity, departing from the constitutional obligation of art. 45 of the EC.
-The law carries out an irrational and discriminatory redefinition and zonal delimitation, uses arbitrary criteria such as proximity and changes criteria of use that deviate from technical criteria, incurring arbitrariness.
-The prohibitions and restrictions imposed on agricultural use are not adequate or to protect agricultural economic activity (with the transcendent impact on employment as it is one of the economic engines of the region) or environmental and will not achieve the intended purpose.
Antelo regrets that the Region is being punished for being loyal to Spain and that it is unfairly the agricultural companies that pay for the incompetence of the Government's allies.