The mayor of Lorquí, Joaquín Hernández, has been elected this weekend, in Madrid, a member of the Government Board of the Spanish Federation of Municipalities and Provinces (FEMP) as support and recognition of the work done during the last four years at front of the Federation of Municipalities of the Region of Murcia (FMRM).
In his mandate, he emphasizes, among other things, his efforts to demand fair financing for local administrations, which are the closest to citizens;
the economic recovery of the Federation and the reduction of debt;
as well as the signing and implementation of numerous collaboration agreements with different institutions and associations.
Its character emphasizes a great respect for institutions and an important spirit of consensus.
The FEMP is an organization that groups and represents all the local and provincial entities of the country, so it ensures "to be very proud to be able to continue defending the municipal government and the great role that the municipalities perform", this time at the national level.
One of the main lines of work of the FEMP throughout this mandate will be focused on the reform of local financing, participating in the resources of the Autonomous Communities;
as well as the necessary modification of the Constitution for the recognition of Local Governments as a State, in their competences and financing and the fight against climate change through the fulfillment of the 2030 Agenda and the Objectives for Sustainable Development.
Hernández shares with the president of the FEMP.
Abel Caballero, the recognition of the mayors and mayors of Spain, especially those of the smaller municipalities that do a great job in exchange for very little.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Lorquí