This morning he conducted a minute's silence at the doors of the building of the Town Hall of Mazarrón, in mourning for the victims of the tragic train accident occurred yesterday in Santiago de Compostela.
The members of the Governing Body and of the council officials and citizens also have added to the pain of the families of the victims.
An act to which the consistory of the country have been called by the Spanish Federation of Municipalities and Provinces (FEMP).
The Mayor of Mazarrón, Ginés Campillo, expressed his condolences "for the victims and their families and friends hit by this tragic and severe accident, which claimed the lives of dozens of people."
The mayor also wanted to make a call "to governments both local, regional and central, to ensure that maximum security to the citizens, one of the main aspects that should care over economic hardship or otherwise presented to us. "
The Delegation of the Government in Murcia has submitted a statement reporting that tomorrow will be published July 26 in the Official State Gazette (BOE) a Royal Decree declares official mourning from day 00 hours 26 and up to 24 hours on 28.
In this communication, the Mayor has decided that the municipality will wear flags at half mast during the three days of official mourning.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón