• The president of the Andalusian PP proposes a deep tax reform, elimination of bureaucratic obstacles to investments and a commitment to training
• "If we bet on the business culture, Andalusia can be a leader in job creation and look at the rest of the autonomous communities from face to face", said
• “I am surprised by the lack of dialogue between Susana Díaz and Pedro Sánchez. I ask Mrs. Díaz to talk with her boss so that we can reach a great national agreement on financing ”
The president of the Andalusian PP, Juanma Moreno, has assured this Monday that "creating 600.000 jobs in Andalusia is possible if the necessary reforms are made", among which he has cited a tax reform, a stable legal framework and a firm commitment to the formation. The Andalusian PP, has said, "will synchronize these reforms with those that the Government of the nation is doing so that Andalusia is a leader in job creation."
Juanma Moreno, who visited the Nicopan bakery and pastry company in Atarfe (Granada) on Monday, assured that with the 600.000 jobs that the PP Andaluz has promised to create throughout a legislature "we would stop being the last to employment to be from the average upwards among the autonomous communities”.
"It is possible if we make the necessary reforms", he said, and pointed to the need to apply a tax reform that includes a progressive reduction of the Transmission tax, lowering the regional section of personal income tax by at least one point and subsidizing 99% of the Inheritance tax and donations.
Likewise, Juanma Moreno has promised to implement "a strategic plan that helps us ensure that investments do not encounter bureaucratic obstacles" and to approve "a safe, stable legal framework that does not scare away investment." Moreno has also shown his commitment to training, because "many employers cannot find specialized workers and 100.000 young Andalusians have not been able to attend their Vocational Training specialty, and that is impoverishing Andalusia and losing competitiveness."
"If we bet on business culture, Andalusia can be a leader in job creation and look at the rest of the autonomous communities face to face, but for that it is necessary to apply those reforms to which the socialist government is allergic," he stated.
Moreno has pointed out that "from the Andalusian PP we are not going to stop proposing initiatives in Parliament that facilitate the development of our companies." “We need more industrial land, comprehensive sanitation, a powerful electrical network and that all administrations push in the same direction so that the innate talent of our land flourishes and creates employment”, he assured.
The president of the Andalusian PP has indicated that "we are going to synchronize the reforms of the Government of the nation with those of Andalusia" and has promised to apply a "inter-annual plan for first-rate infrastructures to be able to take the products that They are made in Andalusia. He has also indicated that "land planning cannot be a brake on development" and has wondered "how it is possible that urban planning plans take more than a decade to be approved". "You have to make reforms with ambition and common sense, and talking to those who create jobs, the businessmen."
Juanma Moreno has also endorsed the "absolute and full will of the PP to dialogue to reach a great regional financing agreement with the PSOE". "What surprises me is the lack of dialogue between Susana Díaz and Pedro Sánchez," said Moreno, who has insisted that "there is no will to agree between them." "I ask Mrs. Díaz to talk with her boss, and to reach an agreement so that we can reach a great national agreement for a new financing model in accordance with the needs of Andalusia," she pointed out.
Finally, regarding the situation in Gibraltar after Brexit, Moreno stated that the Andalusian PP has two priorities: "Defend the interests of the 10.000 Andalusian workers in Gibraltar and defend the interests of Spain regarding sovereignty, against the attitude of confrontation of the Gibraltarian Government", and has asked Díaz to "be loyal to the interests of the Andalusians and to the Government of Spain".