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Day: May 19, 2018

Use of Cala Mosca for building houses was not authorised by Valencian Government

Cambiemos studying legal measures to protect Orihuela’s last virgin coastline Orihuela Town Hall and the business Gomendio changed the permitted use of land in Cala Mosca in 2003 before getting authorisation from the Valencian Government, which in the end denied authorisation a few days after the decision had already been taken. This was revealed by the Cambiemos party councillor Javier Gracia and its leader, David Vegara. They have had access to the report issued at the time by the Valencian Environment Department. The Town Hall nevertheless still changed the status of this area of virgin coastline, which had been...

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No appeal against Orihuela bullfighting sentence

Ciudadanos says it is not worth challenging court’s decision to overturn ban Ciudadanos Orihuela has said they will abide by the sentence of the Superior Court of the Valencian Community (TSJCV), which overturned the council’s decision in 2015 to ban bullfighting and use of animals in circuses in the municipality, after an appeal by the Toro de Lidia Foundation. They said they do not agree with the sentence, which ruled it was a decision that could only be made by the national government even though it has been successfully challenged in other parts of Spain. However, Ciudadanos indicated that...

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