• It will implement a Good Government Law, a High Office Statute and a Superior Corps of Official Auditors in the Junta de Andalucía
• The Andalusian PP candidate underlines the "exhaustion" and "betrayal" of Andalusian socialism and points out that "the one who represents something new today is the Popular Party"
• Denounces the "clamorous silence" of Susana Díaz before the leading role of Iglesias in the negotiation of the budgets
• "We have a socialist president who is kneeling before the radical left of Podemos and the Catalan independence movement"


The president of the Andalusian PP and candidate for the Presidency of the Junta, Juanma Moreno, has advanced today some of the political regeneration measures that will form part of the electoral program of the Andalusian PP, and has promised that, if he governs, he will promote in the first six months a Law to limit the mandates of the presidents and the councilors of the Board to two legislatures. "Two legislatures and then renewal, change of ideas and freshness," said the popular leader, who recalled the "negative consequences" that the almost two decades of Manuel Chaves' government as head of the Board have had for the community.

He also promised to implement a Good Government Law and a High Office Statute. "After 40 years of socialist government in Andalusia, we don't know how many senior officials there really are in our land, how they have been appointed and how much they charge," said Moreno, who reproached the PSOE "for acting with impunity by appointing whoever they want in according to your convenience”.

He said that this situation has occurred this legislature "with the docile collaboration of Ciudadanos", and asked the candidate Marín "why he now proposes the approval of audits in public companies when after three years managing with socialism they have not wanted to reflect it in any of the budget negotiations.”

In addition, he proposed a Superior Body of Auditors in the Board who are civil servants and who have greater financial control; as well as that the recommendations of the Chamber of Accounts are mandatory, since, he stressed, "until now the Board has taken them for granted."

Juanma Moreno made these statements in the Seville municipality of La Puebla del Río, in the pine forest where prominent socialist leaders starred in the famous 'tortilla photo' in 1974. Moreno said that this meeting then supposed "illusion for change and horizon of hope." "People thought that something different was coming for Andalusia with a new generation of politicians," said the popular leader, who pointed out that today, however, "we are living before an exhausted socialism that after 40 years has betrayed everything that that country represented. spirit and that he has lost his ambition for our land”.

"40 years later, one of the protagonists of that photo, Manuel Chaves, is in the dock for the accused," he stressed.

He said that this "betrayal" will be reflected in the electoral results and that the only party that "represents something new" is the Popular Party.


Moreno emphasized the "frustration" of many socialists with the PSOE and a president, referring to Pedro Sánchez, "who is kneeling before the radical left of Podemos and the Catalan independence movement."

"It is shameful to see the PSOE of those 40 years giving in to these two political groups and that the president of the government has delegated Pablo Iglesias to negotiate budgets with Junqueras in a jail," said the president of the Andalusian PP, who stated that it is " It is bloody that all this is happening in the face of the resounding silence of Susana Díaz”.

"Where is the general secretary of the PSOE and the president of the Junta while independentistas and radicals assume control of the negotiation on behalf of Sánchez?" he asked. Moreno also wondered "with whom we Andalusians will have to negotiate for, for example, the elimination of the AP4 toll or the arrival of the AVE to Granada".

"This is what the 'photo of the tortilla' has ended up in, in which in the end socialism kneels on the ground and cedes the interests of Andalusia to radicals and pro-independence, which have passed into the background," he stressed.

He concluded by saying that in Andalusia, "the only region of Spain and Europe where there has not been alternation", there is "an enormous desire for change" and that just as the famous photo represented the transition, the community "has to continue advancing in that transition and move from socialism to political alternation”