Calls for extra troops to control movements over public holidays

CREDIT: Ayuntamiento de Almuñecar

Calls for extra troops to control movements over public holidays.
ALMUÑECAR Council has asked the Government Sub-delegation to provide the necessary personnel to control entrances and exits during the Constitution and Immaculate public holidays.
Chaired by the mayor, Trinidad Herrera, the local government board said that “in view of the next public holidays of the Constitution and La Inmaculada, from December 4 to 8, that the municipality is endowed with the troops and Security Corps that are necessary for carrying out the controls to limit entry and exit from the municipality, according to the adopted agreement”.

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