More Madrid will appeal against the elimination of Madrid Central in the Mobility ordinance

Europa Press

Madrid Central, a project by Manuela Carmena during her administration.

The municipal group of More Madrid will present this Wednesday an appeal before the Superior Court of Justice (TSJM) against the elimination of Central Madrid in the modification of the Mobility ordinance approved in the September plenary session.

The appeal will be presented by the spokesperson for Más Madrid in the City Council, Rita Maestre, and the councilor Esther Gómez. They will be accompanied by the deputy of Más País Inés Sabanés, architect of Madrid Central, being the Environment delegate in the last legislature.

Already in the September plenary session in which the normative modification went ahead with the support of PP, Cs and Grupo Mixto, made up of four ediles split from Más Madrid, Rita Maestre regretted that the new text was nothing more than “a setback for the city ​​because it implies the real elimination of Central Madrid with the entry of 50,000 more cars, 40% more ”.

Recently, the group’s spokeswoman, Rita Maestre, gave him a very harsh speech about the situation in the capital and that described it as “stuck, dirty, stopped and without a future.”

In addition, on several occasions, Maestre has criticized that the Madrid 360º proposal approved by the plenary session with the support of Ciudadanos and the four councilors of Recupera Madrid causes “more smoke, more cars and more pollution” than the previous proposal of the Manuela Carmena administration .


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