• The president of the PP Andaluz visits the works of the Málaga metro, where he denounces the delays and cost overruns as a "common denominator" of the works for the metros under the jurisdiction of the Board

• "In Malaga there are 1.000 days of delay due to the management of Susana Díaz, which is the problem once again"

• Points out that in the Debate on the State of the Community it became clear that the president of the Board "has lost hope and ambition for her land"

The president of the Andalusian PP, Juanma Moreno, stressed today that since Susana Díaz became president of the Junta, "Andalusia has gotten worse" because "she does not know how to manage." "These are objective data, we have worsened in all registers," reiterated the popular president, who criticized that Díaz "has spent half of the legislature entertained with her personal aspirations and ambitions to put an end to the thud of the first socialists."

The leader of the Andalusian PP said that in the Debate on the State of the Community held this week in the Parliament of Andalusia it has become clear that "the problem in Andalusia is Susana Díaz", and that the president "has lost the illusion, the ambition for their land, and is not capable of managing the interests of the Andalusians”.

Juanma Moreno has made these statements in Malaga after visiting the subway works, which, he stressed, "is not finished yet". Moreno pointed out that it is essential that the metro "reach the center" of the city, like "any metropolitan transport", and blamed this paralysis on the management of the Díaz government.

“The metro is a thousand days late, 99 percent of which are attributable to Mrs. Díaz Pacheco, who has already been in charge of the Junta de Andalucía for more than 1.000 days. Susana Díaz is the problem once again, ”she said.

Moreno was referring to the works that for a thousand days have been open on the canal in areas essential for local commerce and the image of Malaga, with the works stopped.

The president of the Andalusian PP clarified that this delay also means that Andalusians "have to pay 70 million a year" because the Board must pay a compensatory item to the exploitation concessionaire as the work is not finished. “A measure that penalizes all Andalusians. That money could be used to build a hospital, ”he said.

Juanma Moreno recalled that problems with delays in metropolitan transport works are not exclusive to the city of Malaga, and that both these delays and "cost overruns" are "a common denominator" for this type of work in Andalusia.

"We all understand that there can be a technical delay in any project, but this is beyond reason," he reiterated.

In addition, he insisted on the need to end the paralysis of the El Perchel-Guadalmedina section. Without this section, the lines that are now in service will not be able to reach Alameda. The Board's promise was to finish it in 2011, and, according to forecasts, this will not happen until 2020.

The president of the Andalusian PP assured that the PP will be "very vigilant" in Parliament so that the works are completed and the city "can return to normality."