• Considers the "complicit silence" of the president of the Board a "very serious irresponsibility"
• He denounces that Susana Díaz wants to "shut down" the scandal by avoiding appearing in Parliament or before the media.
• The president of the Andalusian PP announces a Revitalization Plan for the Cabo de Gata-Níjar Natural Park in Almería

The president of the Andalusian PP, Juanma Moreno, today demanded that the president of the Junta, Susana Díaz, give explanations about the Faffe card scandal. Moreno showed her surprise because Díaz "has not yet given any explanation" about what she considered "one of the most scandalous cases of corruption in Andalusia" and "most embarrassing."

Juanma Moreno criticized that Susana Díaz is avoiding giving explanations on this issue and that she "wants to shelve it" by "not wanting to appear in Parliament or before the media." "Díaz wants to put the month of August and the summer vacations in between to see if the scandal is forgotten," she highlighted.

The president of the Andalusian PP considered that it is "a very serious irresponsibility that the president of the Junta maintains a complicit silence while information continues to appear that denigrates the image of Andalusia, such as the use of public money to pay for prostitution, which is also a scourge that must be eradicated," he said.


Moreno made these statements in the municipality of Níjar (Almería), where he has been visiting the Cabo de Gata-Níjar Natural Park. The leader of the Andalusian PP criticized the "terrible management" that the Junta de Andalucía has carried out in this important natural space, where several facilities and projects that have received significant investments from European funds remain closed and paralyzed. In addition, he denounced the "abandonment" of the area of ​​the old miners' houses. From Rodalquilar.

In this sense, he announced that the PP will present a Revitalization Plan for the Cabo de Gata-Níjar Park that, based on an analysis of its potential, "attracts European economic resources and its own resources", and that in a period of three years puts Everything is inverted to make the area "shine with its own light"

In the same way, he demanded the implementation in Andalusia of an Action Plan on Artistic Historical Heritage Assets that advances in the matter of restoration, conservation and dissemination of our heritage.

For his part, the president of the PP of Almería and president of the Provincial Council, Gabriel Amat, lamented the "abandonment" of the Junta de Andalucía in an area in which many resources have been invested. He pointed out that the old miners' houses could be used for rural accommodation, and that the revitalization of the area would be a boost for the province.

"We have forgotten the Junta, which seems to not know the province of Almería," said Amat, who invited the president of the Junta to find out about the reality of the area and, in the event that the Junta "continues not to comply with their obligations”, undertake the projects from the Provincial Council.