Last night, Totana paid a simple institutional tribute to the women who fought for women's suffrage on the occasion of its 85th anniversary, discovering a commemorative plaque in the Plaza del Lola's, in the San Francisco neighborhood, and thus fulfilling a plenary mandate. .
This was one of the main acts of those promoted by the Department of Women and Equality of the City Council within the commemorations for the International Women's Day, which is celebrated today.
The municipal Plenary agreed, unanimously, in May of 2018, to hold an institutional act to mark the anniversary of women's suffrage, which is being commemorated this year.
The mayor, Andrés García, the first deputy mayor, Juan José Cánovas, the councilor for Women and Equality, Eulalia Moreno, and numerous members of the municipal Corporation met at the event;
as well as representatives of women's associations and neighbors, in a private capacity.
Totana celebrates throughout this month the so-called Festival "Que vivan las mujeres", a new and ambitious initiative that includes an extensive program of social, musical and cultural activities to commemorate International Women's Day.
The program continues tomorrow Saturday with the "Stay for Equality" organized by the Athletics Club of Totana in the municipal sports center (9:00 am);
the Tribute to the Totanera Woman in the restaurant "Venta La Rata" (12:00 hours) and the Dessert Competition organized by the Association of Housewives and Housewives "Igual-Da", in the social premises of El Paretón (17 : 00 hours).