Archive for February, 2017

D'Genes and AELIP, present at the central event of the celebration in the Region of Murcia of the World Day of Rare Diseases

Tuesday, February 28th, 2017

It took place this morning in Caravaca de la Cruz

Members of the associations D'Genes and AELIP today attended the institutional event of the celebration in the Region of Murcia of the World Day of Rare Diseases, which has taken place in Caravaca de la Cruz.

The event was attended by the President of the Spanish Federation of Rare Diseases (FEDER) and D'Genes, Juan Carrión;

The Minister of Health, Encarna Guillén;

And the mayor of Caravaca de la Cruz, José Moreno.

Also present was the delegate of FEDER in Murcia, David Sánchez, and representatives of other patient associations, as well as members of the Municipal Corporation Caravaqueña.

Attendees have listened to the emotional testimony of Antonio Marín, of the Association with Muscular Dystrophy of Waist of Cehegín, and of Rafael Moreno, of the Association 'Rafa Can' of Cartagena.

The Minister of Health stressed the effort made by the Ministry of Health and the Murcian Health Service (SMS) for years "to give comprehensive care to patients and their families, since rare diseases require a global and coordinated approach To prevent morbidity and preventable premature mortality, as well as to improve the quality of life of the people affected.

This meeting, said Guillén, "is fundamental to improve the knowledge and visibility of these minority pathologies and address adequately and comprehensively this complex public health problem."

Guillén also stressed the importance of promoting research, which continues to be promoted from the Ministry of Health, and noted that "55 researchers from the Region develop projects related to rare diseases."

The Ministry of Health is completing the design of the Comprehensive Plan for rare diseases in the Region of Murcia, which has contributions from 89 experts from the social, educational and health, and which also include the Family and Equal Opportunities And Education and Universities, as well as local corporations, the SMS, the Murciano Institute of Social Action (IMAS), and patient associations.

Source: D´Genes

María Giménez: "The Transparency Law is to be fulfilled not observed"

Tuesday, February 28th, 2017

The deputy regional de Podemos has shown her "disagreement" with the agreement reached by the Plenary of the Regional Council of Transparency as "the imputation of Pedro Antonio Sánchez faces head-on with the confidence that every public office that owes the citizenry"

María Giménez, a member of the Council of Transparency in the Region of Murcia has described as "disappointing" the agreement reached, not to require the President of the Region of Murcia to comply with Article 54.1 of the Law Of Transparency regional and present its resignation after being called to declare imputed by the case Auditorio.

Giménez explained that "we came to support a proposal of an agreement of the PSOE, which seemed very correct and coherent for the climate of institutional crisis that we live since the imputation of President Pedro Antonio Sánchez."

For what he has confessed not to understand, the reason why during the course of the meeting, by the majority of members of the Council that has been crossed out, has politicized the Council of Transparency, "when it is clear that the moment The Region has a clear political and institutional crisis, which of course an organ such as the Council of Transparency can not live behind its back, especially when it contradicts the Regional Transparency and Good Governance Act itself. "

In this sense, it has stated that it is not satisfied with the agreement reached between the different members, but in the same way the consensus has been supported in "the production of a text that is the expression of what this Council has to contribute to The situation of the Regional President, for the sake of this negotiation "

Finally, the vow of We in the Transparency Council, has defended the position of the Chairman of the Board of Transparency, José Molina, when he explained that this body, at present only has the capacity to prescribe what ethically must be done when someone Holds a public office for the sake of good governance and transparency, and that "even if it does not currently have powers and its agreements are not binding, situations like today show that it is necessary to equip the Transparency Council Of the Region of Murcia so that the Law that gives it meaning can be fulfilled ".

Source: Podemos Región de Murcia

López: "The principles of ethics and good governance consist in complying with the law, but also commitments to citizenship"

Tuesday, February 28th, 2017

The Socialist deputy says, after the plenary session of the Transparency Council of the Region of Murcia, that it has been an intense debate, but also very tense, because the pressure from the regional government was very noticeable so that the issue of the imputation of Pedro Antonio Sánchez would not even be

The Secretary of Organization of the PSOE-RM and regional deputy, Presen López, has stated that the principles of ethics and good governance are not only what the law says, "but what we give ourselves in the public management that We have to do and in the commitments we have with the citizens, and there the PP has to respond a lot. "

Lopez has made these statements after the plenary session of the Transparency Council of the Region of Murcia, and has ensured that the PSOE understood that it was crucial that in a moment like this, with the political situation in the region, this body will be positioned in The issues that have to do with ethics and good governance.

"We intended, exclusively and exclusively, that the Transparency Council be fully informed of the need to comply with this law and that the entire Public Administration should adhere to the principles of ethics and good governance," he explained.

For López, it was an intense but also very tense debate, "because the pressure from the regional government was very noticeable that this issue was not even addressed."

"And that has been the first problem, that it has been suggested that this issue be removed from the agenda, something that, as I explained in plenary, could not be, because at a time like this, the Council had to express itself Favor of a law that was unanimously approved by all groups, "he said.

"Basically it was to return to demonstrate at a crucial moment for the politics and institutional stability of the Region of Murcia on something that already the four groups we manifest and we approved unanimously," he added.

The socialist deputy commented that the text that has finally come out is not the one raised by the socialists, "But I am glad that in the end we have achieved a consensus and above all that it has reflected the need to comply with these principles of ethics and Good governance, not only in compliance and interpretation of the law, but also in government action. "

Source: PSRM-PSOE

373 people present today to the first call of the year of the CAP examinations of freight transport and travelers

Tuesday, February 28th, 2017

The Ministry of Development and Infrastructures will carry out during 2017 six tests

The exam lasts two hours and consists of a questionnaire type test with 100 questions

The Ministry of Development and Infrastructures today celebrates the first call of the year of the examinations to obtain the Certificate of Professional Aptitude (CAP) in the modalities of merchandise and travelers, to which have enrolled 373 people, 313 for the modality of goods And 60 for travelers.

Salvador García-Ayllón, general director of Transport, Coast and Ports, explained that "these tests have a strong demand in the Region, where the transport sector is strategic and generates more than 30,000 jobs."

The Ministry of Development and Infrastructures processed last year 6,771 CAP certificates.

Garcia-Ayllón stressed that "from the regional government we bet to strengthen the training of carriers to carry out their work with maximum security and for users who use these services to know that they are in the hands of professionals with the maximum guarantees."

The tests, which take place at 16 hours in the general classroom of the Campus of Espinardo, consist of a written examination on the contents of the type of driving license, with 100 test questions, and a duration of two hours.

To overcome it will be necessary to obtain a score not inferior to the half of the total of possible points.

Drivers who are already holders of the CAP of one of the specialties, want to present to another specialty only have to answer the first 25 questions of the exam, with a maximum time of 30 minutes.

These exams can only be accessed by persons accrediting the previous performance of a training course, in an accredited CAP center, within six months prior to the conclusion of the tests.

The General Directorate of Transport, Ports and Coasts will hold six CAP examinations throughout this year.

The first is today, February 28, and is followed by April 25, June 15, August 3, October 3, and November 27.

Source: CARM

The SMS approves the scales for the next job offer in all categories

Tuesday, February 28th, 2017

The Sectorial Bureau of Health examines the reorganization measures of the primary care emergency services and addresses the new compensation agreement

The Sectorial Table of Health approved at its last meeting the scales for the next public offer of employment of the Murcian Health Service (SMS) in all its categories.

The managing director of the SMS, Francisco Agulló, explained at the end of the meeting, held yesterday afternoon, that "have been approved the negotiated scales at the technical selection table during the last two months."

Also, the baremación of the candidates registered in the labor exchanges was treated.

Thus, the SMS reported that this process has already been initiated, prioritizing the start by the categories of health professionals responsible for direct care of patients, ie doctors, nurses and other non-medical toilets.

The SMS also reported on the reorganization measures of the primary care emergency services and addressed the new remuneration agreement, which will be discussed at a next meeting of the Sector Committee before being published.

In relation to career and professional development, the trade union organizations, through the Sectorial Bureau, requested that the General Committee be convened as soon as possible to discuss this issue.

The meeting of the sectoral health forum was extended during "five hours of intense debate with very constructive contributions from all trade union organizations," Agulló said.

Source: CARM

The PSOE demands Fomento to immediately deal with the rights of those expropriated by Corvera airport

Tuesday, February 28th, 2017

The deputy spokesman, Joaquín López Pagán, reproaches the Ministry for having never met expectations for the opening of the airport, which is located In locking situation

The deputy spokesman of the Socialist Parliamentary Group, Joaquín López Pagán, has echoed the complaint of those expropriated at the International Airport of the Region of Murcia, located in Corvera, since at least 17 million euros have been paid to those affected since The files were started in 2010.

"We demand the Minister of Development to immediately deal with the rights of those expropriated for the construction of Corvera Airport and its accesses, given the time elapsed and the obvious harm to those affected."

López Pagán detailed that according to the information provided by the AEROMUR concessionaire itself before the contract was terminated, the expropriatory file of the Basic New Airport Project of the Region of Murcia was composed of 176 farms, of which 163 were expropriations of full ownership and 13 Indemnities to tenants or sharecroppers.

The expropriated surface would rub in total 3.5 million square meters, to which should be added the 6,000 square meters occupied for the construction of the sewage collector.

The socialist deputy spokesman criticized the Ministry of Public Works not having met expectations for the opening of the airport, "which is in a blockade situation, and also has been speculating with the value of the land of those affected, delaying with Continuous resources the payment of their rights ".

Source: PSRM-PSOE

The PSOE believes that the management of the Ministry of the Mar Menor is not going in a good direction and demands that the Parliamentary Commission meet more often

Tuesday, February 28th, 2017

Commission President Antonio Guillamón asks what happened to the Strategy and With the Integral Management Plan for the Mar Menor

The socialist spokesman in the Commission, Alfonso Martinez Baños, asks that the Ministry should take a turn in its political action and take into account the recommendations of the Scientific Committee when adopting measures on the Mar Menor

The president of the Special Commission of the Mar Menor, Antonio Guillamón, has expressed his complaint about the pace of this Commission, since he considers the frequency of sessions to be very limited, "which slows down the work to find a solution to the problem. problem".

He also complained about the way the events affecting the Mar Menor are being developed.

"We fear that the Council of Government has kept in a drawer the strategy of the Mar Menor, developed by Professor Barragán."

On the Comprehensive Management Plan of the Mar Menor indicated that nothing is known of the same, although it has been in two occasions in public exhibition.

Guillamón called for appropriate funding to address the Mar Menor situation, as was done with the Lorca Plan, a petition that the PSOE believes should be addressed in both the Regional Assembly and the Congress of Deputies.

He also showed a lack of respect for the actions that the regional executive has adopted so far, such as storm tanks and dredging of coast, which in the opinion of the deputy raise many doubts.

"We are looking forward to what happens this spring and we can know the real state of the Mar Menor to see what needs to be done and if we are acting in the right direction."

Guillamón said that "things are not going well in the Mar Menor" and proof of this is "the decision of the European Union on the investigation of the Mar Menor and in particular on compliance with the Water Framework Directives and Habitat, made by the Who will ask for explanations to the Hydrographic Confederation of Segura and the regional government, without ruling out a visit to the Mar Menor to verify in situ the situation, inconveniences and breaches.

For the president of the Special Commission of the Mar Menor it is necessary the help and involvement of the European and Spanish institutions in the scope of this problem.

On the other hand, the socialist spokesman in the Special Commission of the Mar Menor, Alfonso Martínez Baños, has highlighted after hearing to Professor Esteve that he has felt "shame, indignation and rage" and does not understand how we have arrived until here.

"The professor says that the Mar Menor has killed everyone, but someone has pulled the trigger, and has focused on Cerdá, who should take responsibility for the mismanagement carried out.

Martinez Baños said that the professor has confirmed "all the suspicions of the PSOE, and what most concern us is the claim that the regional government is using the Scientific Committee," although Esteve has made it clear that the spokesman of the Scientific Committee is not The axis of the opinion of this organ ".

The socialist deputy added about the solutions that are being addressed by the Ministry, which for the most part have not been consulted with the Scientific Committee and believes that they are not the solution.

"We agree with Professor Esteve in his proposals, especially in that the vision that everything is going to be resolved in the face of Easter and the summer is a very reckless vision."

For this reason, he asked that the Council give a turn in its political action and take into account to the Scientific Committee and the measures that are adopted for the Mar Menor are those that propose this organ.

Source: PSRM-PSOE

Veterinarians from the Region of Murcia leave for Lebanon on humanitarian mission

Tuesday, February 28th, 2017

During their stay they will carry out sanitary and animal health work in an area of ​​armed conflict.

The members of Murcia will be supported by the detachment of the Spanish Armed Forces deployed in that country.

The work of veterinarians can mean the difference between life or death by starvation of a population with subsistence farming.

Next March 3 will leave for Lebanon the three veterinarians Murcia who are going to develop a humanitarian work in that country of Middle East.

The expedition is sponsored by the Illustrious Association of Veterinarians of the Region of Murcia, the Academy of Veterinary Sciences of the Region of Murcia and has the support of the Spanish Armed Forces deployed in the area.

During the presentation carried out in the headquarters of the Illustrious College of Veterinarians several of the points to be developed during this second mission in which collegiate Murcia intervened.

For Antonio Ruoco, former president of the Confederation of Deans and co-sponsor of the project "our work goes far beyond animal care in a war zone. Our mission is the difference between life and death" This is because in his own words "In the 9 days of our mission we will visit about 20 localities, we will see about 10,000 heads of cattle and we will apply sanitary treatments, sanitation, deworming, vaccination or treatment of diseases. A goat dies in that part of Lebanon means that the family is hungry or not. "

In that regard, Lieutenant Colonel Agustín Donaire commented that "Veterinarians who participate in this humanitarian work will be within the area where the Spanish military detachment of the East Sector Multinational Brigade (BRILIB XXVI) of the Interim Force of the United Nations (UNIFIL), which is under the command of the Spanish general Aroldo Lázaro Sáenz and is composed of members of the "Guzman el Bueno" Mechanized Infantry Brigade (BRIMZ). That "the measure carried out by veterinarians in the area is very well received by the local population.

In fact, this humanitarian mission has helped the Lebanese people to see our Armed Forces as a contingent of aid to the stability and peace of the country rather than an army of occupation. "

From the Academy of Veterinary Sciences of the Region of Murcia, its president, Cándido Gutiérrez has expressed his support and sponsorship of this mission that "contributes to spread the culture and veterinary science" A wisdom that can help "that an animal of the Treated can live a year or two more so we can help the Lebanese population in the area do not have problems of hunger.

Gutiérrez has been so pleased with this mission that he has communicated that "at the request of our members we will continue to support this humanitarian work and, possibly, extend it to other countries in conflict."

Another collaborating entity of the humanitarian mission, the Illustrious College of Veterinarians of the Region of Murcia, has supported the project of its collegiate.

The president of the professional body, Fulgencio Fernández has emphasized "the training and education of the winners and citizens" has also mentioned that for the inhabitants of a region as depressed as the veterinarians are going to visit "save the life A cow means that family can or can not drink milk, which means that they may or may not die of hunger. "

Fernandez also thanked the altruistic work of the three envoys as well as the Spanish Armed Forces.

Finally, the director general of Universities of the Region of Murcia, Juan Monzó, has valued this mission due to "the special characteristics of the area since it is a region in warlike conflict and also has a high dependence on His cattle herd. "

Veterinarians will leave for Lebanon next March 3 and will be until the 13th of the same month.

During their stay they will visit some twenty localities in the area of ​​influence of the Spanish military detachment deployed in the area.

In this way, they will be able to treat about 10,000 head of cattle, mainly sheep, goats and cattle.

The professionals of animal medicine will carry with them medicines valued at € 20,000 donated by various pharmaceutical laboratories such as Boehringer Ingelheim, Daproga, Ecuphar, Elanco, Merial, Nuserga, Provesa, Veterindustria, Virbac and Zoetis.

For the solidarity work of the veterinarians of the Region of Murcia becomes a very important event for the safety and health of the region of that country of the Middle East.

In this way, the humanitarian work carried out by the professionals of the Region of Murcia since 2009 has contributed to improving not only the health of the livestock herd but also the health and food security of a large part of the population of Lebanon.

With this mission the Region of Murcia contributes to returning normality to one of the most conflictive areas of the planet.

Source: Agencias

We can ask the government to heed the "experts" and start with the agroecological transition of the Cartagena field

Tuesday, February 28th, 2017

The regional deputy Andrés Pedreño said that it is necessary to carry out public policies from the executive to make a "call" to the entire "culture of innovation that farmers have demonstrated. We must start moving towards another agricultural model, More efficient, save farmers money and guarantee the future of the Mar Menor. "

Pedreño has assured that farmers in the countryside of Cartagena "have the capacity and culture of innovation needed to tackle this project. Replacing several nitrates that pollute the Mar Menor would make farmers save money, about 700,000 euros according to calculations Made from the data offered by Esteve, and guarantee the survival of the Mar Menor. "

For this reason, Deputy de Podemos has insisted that the Popular Party must be aware that the problem of the lagoon "is not addressed by superficial measures such as storm tanks. It is time to address the causes of the problem, we must make a Environmental reconversion of agriculture in the countryside of Cartagena. "

In this regard, Andrés Pedreño said that we need a government that says "high and clear" what Miguel Ángel Esteve has expressed, who also pointed out that "we need green infrastructure. We have said many times, it is fundamental to recover the native vegetation To repopulate roads, plots, drainage and rambles to act as a good dispersed network of green filters, which could absorb a lot of nitrates.

Likewise, the regional deputy, Andrés Pedreño has insisted that above all these policies must be the "planning and management of irrigation in the countryside of Cartagena."

It can not be, added Pedreño that the scientists point out that there are up to 20,000 hectares more than the official statistics say, therefore, "there are many illegal irrigations in the Mar Menor environment, they have to be quantified and set limits. Above the law ".

Source: Podemos Región de Murcia

We can bet on photovoltaic energy and the socio-cooperative economy as motors of "a region to the tail in competitiveness"

Tuesday, February 28th, 2017

The head of the Secretariat of Industry at Podemos Rafael Esteban explained that the data that place the Region of Murcia, "once again at the tail of the European Regions in industrial competitiveness is the result of a structural problem that for decades Is increasing and to which the government of the Popular Party in the region has not put a solution in more than 20 years "

Thus, Esteban has argued that in the extended history of the popular government, the foundations in which to boost the productive deployment of the region have not been laid, and all the economic growth in the real estate sector has been entrusted.

Neither the previous governments nor of course it has a plan B to advance in productivity and thus we find an economy anchored in the excessive weight of sectors of low added value and a productivity based on the reduction of low wages, Subjected to an incipient precariousness that entails labor instability and underemployment.

Meanwhile the process of deindustrialization in the Region is accelerating, depending almost exclusively on the agri-food sector.

In this sense, he stated that we have to work in the diversification of industrial sectors and not leave aside one of the most viable and profitable outlets for the Region, such as the industry related to renewable energy and more specifically the sector Photovoltaics, as well as publicly stimulated socio-cooperative economies, communication logistics nodes or R & D & I investments related to the implementation of high technology industry.

Renewable energies mean for Murcia "a great opportunity, in the economic and labor field, since we are from the European regions with more sun, so any investment in photovoltaic solar energy in Murcia will be 30% more profitable than in Central Europe, while currently Germany is leading the way at a global installation and Spain has suffered a setback in this area due to regulatory cuts. "

Finally, The Secretary of Industry of the Region of Murcia has recalled that after the meetings held with agents of the renewable energy sector such as ANPIER, the Sustainable Development Foundation of Murcia and AREMUR, data have been provided where investment in this sector could create In Murcia at least 5,000 jobs a year, so that "to increase industrial competitiveness in the Region of Murcia, it is necessary, bet on strategic sectors such as renewable energy, as well as undertake a policy of Re-industrialization that ensures decent and stable work ".

Source: Podemos Región de Murcia

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