IU-Green has asked the House to an important public space in Torre Pacheco bear the name of Bibiano Perona, first mayor of the town during the Second Republic and executed in 1939.
Bibiano Perona, a teacher, was Mayor of Torre Pacheco from May 1931 until September 3, 1933, when his work was moved to La Union.
During his years as mayor, Perona struggled to get irrigation water for the town and end the labor stoppage, and tried to enforce the Republican legislation, especially in the workplace, with maximum working hours, fair wages, hiring workers without discrimination political ideas and party or trade union membership.
Historian Bruno Egea indicated in one of his work Perona, in his role as Mayor of Torre Pacheco, at all times tried to mediate between employers and workers.
"Determining Bibiano Perona and firm positioning were valued by the labor organizations, whose offices that read:" Whether you live many years for the sake of the Republic, '"says Bruno.
Councilman IU-Greens in Torre Pacheco, Francisco Ramón Martínez, recalled that on 8 November this year will mark 75 years of the squad in Cartagena de Bibiano Perona Ruiz, whose body was found buried in a common grave in the cemetery of Los Remedios St. Lucia.
Martinez has insisted that "Bibiano, as his fellow pit and hundreds of thousands more, was a victim of political repression by the Franco regime against those who dared to defend the republican legality or face fascist barbarism."
In his petition, IU-Green notes that it is "frankly abnormal Bibiano Perona not have even a street of the town, nor received any tribute, so the village has a historic debt with him."
The mayor has called on all political groups to understand that "the wounds are not closed hiding them and making them disappear, but treating them with justice so that future generations can learn from them."
Therefore, IU-Greens proposed that the opening of the space that bears the name "Mayor Ruiz Perona Bibiano" is also a public tribute and an annual grant aid socio-historical research Torre Pacheco under the name "Bibiano Perona Ruiz ".