• Remember that Andalusia is a land of solidarity and asks the Government of Pedro Sánchez to stop using migration policies as "demagogy"
The president of the Andalusian Popular Party, Juanma Moreno, has paid a warm tribute this Friday to the Malaga Red Cross, an institution that has been recognized with the 'Popular Award 2019' for the commendable and vital work it has been doing for decades. Luis Utrilla, provincial president of the Red Cross, has been in charge of collecting the award at the PP headquarters in Malaga. Of him, Moreno has highlighted her effort, commitment and dedication to the most vulnerable people in this province. Likewise, he has affirmed that the Red Cross represents "the best of our society", which is nothing other than trust, commitment, hope and tenderness.

“Whenever an important event or situation has taken place: floods, fires, the arrival of immigrants on our shores or the harsh economic crisis, a consequence of Rodríguez Zapatero's policies, the Red Cross has been there. In Malaga there are 22.000 people who are part of this organization and who dedicate the most valuable thing they have: their time, and use it to help the most vulnerable, that is why you will always have us on your side", Moreno has transferred to Luis Utrilla.

In line with this, Juanma Moreno wanted to recall that "Andalusia is a land of solidarity" and has called on the acting President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, to curb the use of migration policy as "demagogy" and to stop "leaving ”. “Sánchez says one thing and the opposite in a single year. He has shown that he does not have a clear criteria. We can't make a call that may create more problems. I hope that you stop making demagogy with migration policies and that you are aware that when things are said that do not pay attention to reality, we are appealing to people who believe that they are going to find a future and then, unfortunately, it may not be like this and also condemning many people to die in the Mediterranean”, he pointed out.

Sánchez's 'lurching' policy, of lack of agreements and absence in the face of the problems and interests of the Spanish, has nothing to do with the effort that the Popular Party has made to seek consensus and, consequently, the common good of Andalusians and Spaniards, as has happened in Andalusia with Juanma Moreno and in the Community of Madrid with the recently elected president of the region Isabel Díaz Ayuso.

Along these lines, Moreno has valued the 'España Suma' project and has called on all center-right political groups to carry out "a serene and serious reflection", something that he considers "positive" not only for Andalusia, but also for also for the whole of Spain. In this sense, he has asserted that if there is the capacity for agreement between political forces after an election, it must also be there before the elections take place. “Unity is what consolidates a sufficient social majority to be able to govern. When we divide the vote - he has added -, the one that can govern is the left. España Suma is a viable and realistic option that I would not rule out for Andalusia and Spain”.

In another order of things, Juanma Moreno wanted to make it clear that the "enchufismo" in Andalusia has ended, and that these practices were only part of "previous times". Thus, Moreno has defended "cleanliness and transparency" in the election of personnel for the Board, and has indicated that "we have come to build a new future for the Andalusians and that things are done in a different way, and, therefore, , no name or surname will ever condition the selection of personnel, only the merits and ability”.

Juanma Moreno has also attended the Malaga Fair, where he has been accompanied by the Deputy Secretary of Communication of the PP, Pablo Montesinos; the deputy secretary of Organization of the PP, Ana Beltrán; by the Minister of the Presidency, Public Administrations and Interior and president of the PP of Malaga, Elías, Bendodo; the mayor of the city of Malaga, Francisco de la Torre, and the president of the Malaga Provincial Council, Francisco Salado.