• "The PP has faced the most complicated challenges of recent Spain: ETA terrorism, the two worst economic crises and the independence movement"

• The president of the Andalusian PP has participated in the event 'What unites us, Spain' together with the Vice President of the Government, Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría

• Sáenz de Santamaría assures that the Government of Spain wants a new financing model and that the only condition is equality among Spaniards

The president of the Andalusian PP, Juanma Moreno, has assured this Monday that the PP "and no other party has faced the most complicated challenges in the recent history of Spain: it has faced ETA terrorism head-on, it has taken this country out of two economic crises, and, with Mariano Rajoy at the helm, has prevented Spain from breaking up”. “With Mariano Rajoy as president, they will never be able to break the great nation that is Spain”, she stated.

Juanma Moreno, who has participated in Malaga together with the Vice President of the Government, Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría, in an act under the title 'What unites us, Spain', which was attended by more than 700 people, has indicated that the PP " It has always been at the service of the citizens, and puts general interests before individuals and party ones”. “We are loyal to the Constitution and we are brave. Others choose the simplest path, we choose the right path even if it is the most difficult one”, she said.

Juanma Moreno has pointed out that the PP government "has always been with the Andalusians in the worst moments". She recalled that "when the Andalusian government did not have to pay teachers' salaries or public services, the Government of Spain has been there, with unwavering loyalty, to help with 35.000 million euros."

The president of the Andalusian PP has denounced that the government of Susana Díaz has collected 350 million euros for the water canon "and has not carried out the works, so the Government of Spain is going to carry out 149 purification infrastructure works in the 8 Andalusian provinces", and recalled that "when the Board did not put even one euro for housing, the Government of Mariano Rajoy has been there".

"Forty years of socialism have condemned us to be one of the regions with the highest unemployment in the European Community, and while other communities have advanced economically and have surpassed us, here 20.000 young people leave Andalusia every year because they cannot find opportunities", has Said Moreno, who has concluded that "we have 18 months left for there to be a president of the PP on the Board, for the great change of hope and future."

For her part, Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría has assured that the Government wants a new financing system, but has recalled that the PP only has 137 deputies, for which she has urged Susana Díaz "if you want a new model, phone Pedro Sanchez”. The Vice President of the Government has indicated that the only condition that the Government places is that the new system guarantees equality among Spaniards.