Almanzora motorway

Works have stopped on the Almanzora motorway. Commuters on the dirt track, laughably called a bypass, that connects the towns in the region around the works, are reporting seeing nobody on the road, machines gone, children playing football on the half built bridges, etc, etc.

This has lead to a rumour that ZP has personally ordered the cancellation of the works to save money, as part of his 5% cut out of expenses.

The Ministry of Public Works, in La Voz, have issued a stern press release denying the rumours.

It seems that whilst happily digging out a mountain, somebody spotted that the original geotecnical plans were… ah hem… “not conductive to reality”. IE, slipshod.

So works have stopped whilst the technicians redo their sums. Should take about six weeks. The Ministry say works will recommence in two months, and that money is available to finish the works without problems.

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