• The general secretary of the PPA requires the former Minister of the Environment to "not be cynical and ask for forgiveness"
• "The Government of Juanma Moreno has presented a credible project, the previous one was not realistic"
The general secretary of Partido Popular Andalucía, Loles López, has responded to the accusations of the PSOE deputy José Fiscal about the Iberlince program, assuring that "the project that he says has paralyzed the European Commission is precisely the one that he left prepared when he was a director of the Environment of the Government of Susana Díaz”.

López assured that the project has not been approved by the European Union "because it was not a realistic project", for which he demanded that the Prosecutor "apologize and not be cynical".

He recalled that the Government of Juanma Moreno's change is going to present "a credible project that is expected to have the support of the European Commission for next year."

He assured that the new government "knew that it was very difficult to obtain approval for a project of 29 million euros, but it worked with all available resources so that the Iberlince project was not stopped." Now, a new project "more adapted to reality and valued at 19 million euros" has been presented, he concluded.