Young politicians look ahead for Marina Alta

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Young politicians look ahead in Marina Alta Credit: Google Images

THE Marina Alta Young Socialists’ Executive Committee met recently in Teulada-Moraira.

Secretaries for the different Joves Socialistes areas detailed their proposals with a view to creating a working plan for the coming years that envisages and encourages the participation of young people from all over the Marina Alta.

Maria Such, director general of the Valencian Institute for Women and Gender Equality, also attended the meeting which was scheduled for the same day as Spain’s nationwide Feminist Emergency demonstrations.

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Such thanked the committee on the work they have carried out so far and conveyed her “enormous satisfaction” with the group’s commitment, offering her assistance whenever or wherever it was needed.

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