The deputy delegate of the Government in Cordova, Ana Lopezhas officially taken office today, in the presence of the Government delegate in Andalusia, Pedro Fernandez, and the political, economic and social representatives of the province. In launching her, the former socialist councilor has pointed out that the main challenge of the legislature in Córdoba is to give solution to the water problem, fundamentally so that the 80,000 people of Córdoba in the north of the province who have been without drinking water in their taps for ten months return to normal.
In this sense, López has insisted that the water problem in Los Pedroches and the Guadiato It is not about quantity, but about quality and has explained that Teresa Ribera, Minister for the Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge of Spain, has already informed the residents of the affected areas of these plans during his visit on February 1. Furthermore, the subdelegate has insisted that when the works being carried out by the Provincial Council and the Junta of Andalusia for water purification, and if necessary, The Government of Pedro Sánchez would assume the expense of another water purification station in Sierra Boyera. The estimate of this investment is around the 5 million euros and what the third vice president of the Government made clear during her visit is that the horizon in which the Government works, A state-of-the-art water treatment plant in Sierra Boyera would not arrive until 2025.
Army Logistics Base
On the other hand, López has pointed out that another fundamental pillar of the next four years will be the definitive impulse of the Army Logistics Base de Tierra and has stated that the Government’s decision to implement it in Córdoba will be “fundamental support” to reduce unemployment and focus on quality employment and ensuring that young talent stays.
Ultimately, for the subdelegate, the third important challenge of this legislature will be to complete a just transition in the north of the province since the end of mining activity and the closure of the Puente Nuevo thermal power plant. Ana López is confident that the plans and projects of the Just Transition Institute will have a direct translation into the creation of between 140 and 160 jobs in the area.
In addition to other challenges, Ana López has mentioned the importance of the takeoff of the Córdoba airport and the construction of the new National Police station.