· Point out that the EPA for the first quarter shows that in Andalusia "employment is created because the government gives a message of stability, certainty and lower taxes"
· "Andalusia leads job creation and that had never happened with the socialists"
· "The socialist model is to collect more to spend more, inflate the administration and continue placing the friends of the PSOE"
The spokesman for the Andalusian Popular Party and president of the Malaga PP, Elías Bendodo, stated today that "the best May 1st is the creation of stable employment and wealth because the government's recipes for change are working." He pointed out that the EPA data for the first quarter show that in Andalusia "employment is created because the regional government sends a message of stability, certainty and lower taxes, which activates the economy, encourages businessmen and becomes more contracts.
Bendodo assured that “in the economy there are no coincidences and it is not by chance that Andalusia is the community where the most employment is created. This is due to the stability of the government and the positive messages of change. Andalusia leads job creation and that had never happened with the Socialists”.
He affirmed that the socialist model is "to collect more to spend more, inflate the administration and continue placing the friends of the PSOE." He reproached that Pedro Sánchez's first announcement is "a great blow of 26.000 million euros in tax increases."
He added that the government of change does “just the opposite, because lowering taxes activates the economy and consumption, people spend more and collect more, and with more collection, more can be invested. That is the PP model”.
Bendodo assured that "activating the economy and lowering taxes benefits everyone" and highlighted that while in Andalusia in the first quarter there are 16.000 more jobs, in Spain there are 49.000 more unemployed. He highlighted that most jobs have been created in the private sector, with an increase of 5,7% compared to the first three months compared to 2018, because "confidence translates into new jobs."
He also pointed out that "the youngest are the most benefited by job creation, with 13.000 more Andalusian youth working."
He assured that the Andalusian government will continue working to create jobs and that Andalusia is "a land to invest" and alluded to measures to eliminate bureaucratic obstacles, unravel the legislation and make few good laws that activate the economy.