The socialist candidate has highlighted the numerous tourist attractions in this city, and the importance of the declaration of Intangible Heritage by UNESCO for the peoples of drum Spain, among which are Moratalla and Mula as representatives of the Region
The socialist candidate for the Presidency of the CARM, Rafael González Tovar, visited this morning of Holy Thursday Moratalla City to witness the Drum Festival.
González Tovar has accompanied the residents of this town, who have come to the meeting of the Association of drummers to fill the Calle Mayor of vibrant show of drums and the color of the robes.
The socialist candidate was accompanied during his visit by the candidate for mayor of Moratalla by the PSOE, Jesus Master, and the regional deputy for the Northwest Region, Jesus Navarro, plus members of the Local Executive, members and sympathizers of the Socialist Group criteria.
Rafael González Tovar has shown its support and commitment to the Drum Festival achieved recognition as a Festival of National Tourist Interest, a distinction with which already have other neighboring towns as Barranda and party crews, which was the decisive back in its former life as Government Delegate in the Region of Murcia.
The Socialist candidate, who has used his visit to Moratalla to chat with neighbors participating in this traditional festival, has also highlighted the importance of the declaration of Intangible Heritage by UNESCO for the peoples of the drum Spain, among which are Moratalla and Mula as representatives of the Region of Murcia.
"From the Socialist Party will leverage the numerous tourist attractions in this city, which already has the UNESCO recognition for his paintings, which were declared a World Heritage Site in the Japanese city of Kyoto in 1998".