• The Popular Group will take a PNL to Parliament urging the Government to meet with the neighborhood associations and to specify a schedule of action
• Claim the bonus to 99 percent of the Inheritance and Donations Tax in Andalusia
• The PP will present an amendment to the budget to include a minimum exemption for brothers and nephews
• Ensures that Cs is the most docile partner that the PSOE has had in the history of autonomy
The president of the Andalusian Popular Party, Juanma Moreno, has today demanded that the Junta de Andalucía comply with the residents of the Barriada de Fuensanta affected by the suppression of aid for the installation of elevators. In addition, he has challenged Susana Díaz to visit the area so that she can see first-hand the suffering of these people from Cordoba for not being able to access her home and for not having normality in their daily lives.
Moreno, who met today in Córdoba with representatives of the San José Obrero Neighborhood Association, has indicated that this problem affects more than 5.000 Cordoba residents and recalled that the Junta de Andalucía promised to pay part of the cost of the facilities more than ten years ago. years, although in the end it has been the residents of the Fuensanta neighborhood who have had to commission the projects and pay for them out of their own pockets.
The Andalusian popular leader has regretted that ten years after this promise the elevators are still not installed as well as the ordeal that the residents have had to suffer all this time.
In this way, he has insisted that the Junta de Andalucía has an enormous obligation and responsibility with this neighborhood and has asserted that both the councilor and Susana Díaz have a moral and political obligation with all the residents who suffer from this problem.
For this reason, it has announced that the Popular Group will take a Non-Ley Proposal to the Andalusian Parliament in October urging the Government to meet with the neighborhood associations, to specify a calendar of action and the implementation of these elevators.
Finally, it has declared the "democratic war" without quarter to the Junta until once and for all these elevators are installed in all the buildings of the Barriada de Fuensanta.
“We resort to all the instances that we can. We will appeal to the Andalusian Parliament through our initiative, we will also appeal to the Andalusian Ombudsman, to all the institutions and even if we see that there is a flagrant breach of the law, we are willing to go to court so that justice is done in this neighborhood," he added.
Inheritance tax and donations
The president of the Andalusian PP, Juanma Moreno, has affirmed today that Ciudadanos is the most docile partner that the PSOE has had in the history of autonomy, at the same time that he has influenced the need to impose a minimum exemption in relation to the Tax Inheritance and Donations for brothers and nephews.
Moreno has indicated that the announcement made yesterday by PSOE and Ciudadanos seems to him to be an insufficient step and has assured that the truth has been misrepresented and that this agreement comes with fine print because, as he explained, "the part of donations will continue to be paid in our community, this being one of the highest in Spain”.
“We want the 99% Inheritance and Donation Tax bonus because no child has to pay to inherit from them, no brother has to pay to inherit from another brother, nor does any family member have to pay to inherit the estate that they have worked for a whole time. life," he added.
The president of the popular Andalusians has announced that his party is going to present an amendment to the budgets so that this tax is reduced to 99% and to include a minimum exemption for brothers and nephews.
"I hope that the Board accepts this proposal for dialogue and agreement and that it is not satisfied with supporting the budget for the minimum, but that it has a broad majority of support if it makes changes to the Inheritance Tax, in the reduction of the IRPF, in transmissions, in terms of health and education and in basic infrastructures”, he concluded.