Carboneras celebrates Constitution Day

Open Day: To learn the functions of the council.

CARBONERAS is celebrating Constitution Day (December 6) with the launch of a series of Open Days.

Activities centre on allowing citizens, and particularly young students, access to see the work performed by the local government. The Guardia Civil, Local Police and Civil Protection are taking part, including opportunities to meet senior town hall officials.

The mayor of Carboneras, Salvador Hernández, stressed the educational nature of this day “that allows us to meet the concerns of our youngest citizens and give a response to their demands. It is also a good opportunity to know first-hand the services provided by the City Council and the functions they perform.”

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