• Shows his concern about Sánchez's "flow of exchange of favours" with the pro-independence parties that keep him in La Moncloa
• Denounced "Pedro Sánchez's lack of interest and Susana Díaz's change of attitude"
• "Everything sounds like what happened when Rodríguez Zapatero approved the previous model by agreeing with ERC"
The president of the Andalusian PP, Juanma Moreno, held a meeting today with the general secretary of UGT-A, Carmen Castillo, to promote the "urgency" of demanding a new financing model for Andalusia and an additional 4.000 million to improve public services in community. She recalled that there is "a historic agreement that was voted for by all parliamentary groups with the exception of Ciudadanos and has the support of the most representative social organizations in the community."
Today's meeting is part of the invitation by the president of the PPA to the economic and social organizations that supported the financing agreement. Moreno considered it "necessary" to maintain this claim because "Andalusia is underfinanced and cannot wait another month."
For this reason, he denounced "the lack of interest of Pedro Sánchez and the change in attitude of Susana Díaz, who previously considered it urgent to change the financing and has now made it secondary."
He pointed out that since Sánchez is president of the Government, "the PSOE does not have as a priority promoting a financing agreement or incorporating additional resources for the autonomous communities." He added that "there is no will, there is no calendar and there is no information or date for the Fiscal and Financial Policy Council despite the fact that the previous government's previous work has been done."
Juanma Moreno expressed his concern about Sánchez's "flow of exchange of favors" with the pro-independence parties that keep him in La Moncloa. She thus referred to the possibility that Catalonia receives an additional 6.000 million euros and "a misunderstood bilaterality outside the rest of the autonomous communities and without respecting the principle of equality."
The president of the PPA affirmed that what is happening around regional financing "sounds like what happened when Rodríguez Zapatero approved the previous model by agreeing with ERC" and assured that "we Andalusians do not want to be the losers of Sánchez's payment to the independentistas”.