The president of the Generalitat Valenciana, Ximo Puig, announced this morning that today he is going to urge the Advocacy of the Generalitat to present a contentious appeal against the order that authorizes for this month a transfer from Tajo to Segura of 7.5 hectometres cubic
Puig made this announcement during the parliamentary control session in Les Corts Valencianes, where the spokesperson of the PP, Isabel Bonig, has asked him to act on the elimination of 12.5 hectometres of the Tajo-Segura transfer that corresponded to the Valencian Community and go to court.
The interventions of Puig and Bonig have occurred after the Official State Gazette published today the order authorizing for this November the transfer of 7.5 cubic hectometres through the Tajo-Segura aqueduct, which the Central Commission of Exploitation of the Transfer approved last November 20.
Bonig has advanced that, if the next month do not reach the Valencian Community the 38 cubic hectometers that mark the rules of exploitation of the Tajo-Segura aqueduct, the PP will act and go to court.
The president has recommended to the popular leader to tell his colleagues in Castilla-La Mancha to attend to these considerations, and reminded him that María Dolores de Cospedal filed appeals against the Tajo-Segura transfer.
"We want solutions to water forever," said the head of the Valencian Executive, who has lamented that on this issue there has been a "water war."
For Bonig, whenever they rule in Madrid, the socialists "limit" the rights of the Valencians, and he has affirmed that Puig "cries as Valencian what he can not defend as president of the Generalitat", for which he has urged him to act as president of all Valencians.