• The general secretary of the Andalusian PP regrets that while the Andalusian government is working to give Andalusians the healthcare they deserve, Díaz "spends the weeks making electoral cabals"

• Loles López appreciates the agreement reached by the Ministry of Health so that the Hospital de la Virgen de la Bella (Lepe) provides free service to the residents of the region "after 20 years of deception by the socialist governments"

• Demand to the Government of Spain agility so that the accesses to the Chare de Lepe are executed and the hospital center can function normally

The general secretary of the Andalusian PP, Loles López, has today asked the general secretary of the PSOE-A, Susana Díaz, to "be useful to Andalusia" instead of "raging for the stability of the government of Juanma Moreno and for thinking that it could there will be an electoral advance”. “Díaz has lost his sense of reality,” she said. Here we have come to be useful, to work so that the Andalusians have, among other things, the healthcare they deserve, and we are not here to make electoral cabals ”, she emphasized.

This is what López said during a meeting with representatives of the Hospital Costa Occidental Platform and with spokespersons for the PP in the region, at the gates of the Virgen de la Bella Hospital, which since yesterday, thanks to the concert agreed between the company that manages the center and the Ministry of Health, attends to residents of the area.

López appreciated the positive effect that this agreement will have on health care in the region, "after 20 years of deception by the socialist governments in the Junta", while stressing that the government of Juanma Moreno "continues working so that the hospital regional is a reality" as shown by the fact that eight million euros are included in the 2021 budget for the equipment of Chare de Lepe. At this point, he called on the Government of Spain to expedite the execution of the accesses to Chare de Lepe.

He regretted that Susana Díaz yesterday considered the commissioning of the Virgen de la Bella Hospital for public health care “intolerable”. "It is intolerable to leave these neighbors for 20 years without a service as they deserve, and what the government of Juanma Moreno is not going to do is leave people without health care."

He said that it is a Serb who needed the region. “We are talking about 100.000 inhabitants, a figure that triples when the summer months arrive,” López said. The general secretary of the Andalusian PP underlined Juanma Moreno's commitment to public health in Andalusia which, in the case of the province of Huelva, translates into more than 12 million euros of investment for infrastructure and equipment.