• Loles López announces that the Government of Juanma Moreno will review the Andalusian Hunting Plan because "it does not adapt to real needs"
The general secretary of the Andalusian PP, Loles López, has announced this morning that the file to declare the rehalas and monterías Assets of Cultural Interest is already in the Ministry of Culture. "It is a commitment that we acquired in the opposition and that will now be carried out by the Government of the Junta de Andalucía," she announced after a meeting in Archidona (Málaga) with the president of the Andalusian Hunting Federation, José María Mancheño.
He has also assured that the Government of the change that President Juanma Moreno is going to carry out the review of the Andalusian Hunting Plan because "it is currently not adapted to real needs."
On the practice of silvestrismo, López has assured that the regional government has commissioned a report from the ministry because "the PP wants to defend and supports silvestrismo." With this report, he will go to Europe "to tell the reality of this practice and not what others say."
Finally, he recalled that the PP's support for hunting "is firm and loyal" because it is an activity that helps the population settle in the towns of the interior; it creates employment (12.000 direct and 35.000 indirect) and because hunters "are the first to take care of the roads and mountains", he concluded.