• Criticizes that the PSOE contributes to Andalusia being one of the most harmful lands due to the expired financing model devised by the Government of Zapatero
• Defends that the stable and solvent model of the Government of Change is positioning Andalusia as the economic leader in the rest of Spain
The deputy spokesman for the PPA in Parliament, José Ramón Carmona, has assured that the "misgovernment of Pedro Sánchez is the only real threat to the Andalusian economy" because "it puts brakes on the growth expectations of our autonomous community, as he has stated recently found it from Centra, which shows that there is more concern for the Spanish economy than for the Andalusian one”

In this sense, he has also added that the acting PSOE government is contributing to Andalusia "continuing to be one of the lands most affected by the failed model approved by the Zapatero government" with respect to regional financing.

"It is necessary to continue claiming the 4.000 million euros that the Andalusian Parliament determined that the Andalusians stopped receiving because of the unfair financing model that Zapatero's PSOE approved." Carmona has clarified that the Rajoy Executive "promoted and tried to renew the financing system but Pedro Sánchez paralyzed it when he arrived at La Moncloa."

Likewise, he has indicated that "we also ask the Government of Spain to give us the money that it has already collected and that belongs to the Andalusians" regarding the account advances, as well as "it is logical to also claim the VAT of 'month 13' that the State still owes Andalusia”.

The deputy spokesman for the PPA in Parliament has also explained that "it is necessary to know the deficit objective that the Government of Pedro Sánchez has not yet communicated to the community of Andalusia", and because of this "it is difficult to prepare the regional budgets ”.

Carmona has questioned the use of Pedro Sánchez's motion of no confidence, arguing that the "agony" of the Socialist Executive supposes "new storm clouds" for the economy that would directly affect the Andalusians, such as the "massive increase in taxes" that both Sánchez and Iglesias have expressed that they want to impose on all Spaniards.

"In Andalusia there is a very different recipe and, finally today, we are no longer the community where the most taxes are collected" thanks to the Government of Juanma Moreno that "has brought a model of stability, solvency and efficiency in the face of the occurrences of the PSOE" .

Thus, and also thanks to the reduction of bureaucracy, the Government of Change "is improving the economy of Andalusia by permanently bringing measures that create confidence and make investments in our land, with 4% per year, grow at a rate greater than in the rest of Spain”.

"More employment is created than in the rest of the country, at the same time that Andalusia also leads the growth of foreign tourists arriving in Spain in the first months of 2019, with an 8,1% rise in Andalusia compared to other CCAAs, very below this figure.

"In addition, the level of business confidence in Andalusia increases by 2,7%, compared to 1,8% in Spain, at the same time that it is where the demand for housing is the most and where the construction of new housing and the sale of housing has increased the most in general".

"Today Andalusia is the CCAA that grows the most in the consumption of petroleum products compared to the rest of Spain with an average of 4,8% more than in 2018, with the greatest increase also in industrial production and higher rates of Social Security than the rest of the country".

"Andalusia leads exports and the balance of payment", with a special role in livestock and fishing, since agri-food exports "show a surplus of 3.105 million euros in the first months of the year, a historic challenge".

"The hospitality sector is also growing more in Andalusia than in the rest of Spain and our community leads the increase in new self-employed workers, while price growth is also more moderate in Andalusia than in the rest of the country."

Likewise, Carmona explained that the "Andalusian business fabric is more dynamic than in Spain and that the Andalusian community is the one that grows the most in its GDP, which shows that we are cutting the negative convergence gap with the rest of Spain".

Thus, he has indicated how Andalusia grows by 2,5%, more than the Spanish average and double that of the euro zone. "All of this is possible thanks to the Government of Change, which is a solvent, stable government that works against threats to Andalusian growth that only has a name, the PSOE."