• The president of the Andalusian PP shows his surprise that the counselor has taken five days to meet with the representatives of the taxi drivers.
• "I am happy for the residents of Marbella, because, after two years of misgovernment, the city is going to return to institutional normality", he assured
The president of the Andalusian PP, Juanma Moreno, expressed his surprise this Wednesday at the fact that the Minister of Public Works took five days to meet with the representatives of the taxi sector in Malaga, who have been on strike since the start of the Malaga Fair.
During a visit to the Malaga Fair, Juanma Moreno has assured that he is surprised that "five days had to elapse, half of the fair, for the Board and the counselor to have reacted and received the taxi sector" . "Neither Málaga nor the people of Malaga deserve this lack of interest and will," she said.
Moreno has claimed to understand that "everyone has the right to vacation, but I am surprised that in these circumstances Mrs. Díaz is still on vacation and that the counselor has waited for the bridge to pass to meet with the taxi drivers." This is an evident sign of "lack of pulse and lack of sensitivity" on the part of the Board, he has affirmed.
The president of the Andalusian PP has shown his desire that the conflict "be resolved as soon as possible with an agreement satisfactory to all parties", and has asked taxi drivers to try to "marginalize the most radical sectors" to avoid "those episodes isolated from violence that are not positive for them or for the image of the city”.
“Taxi workers put in a lot of effort and have the right to be heard. It is clear that the sector has problems. A regulation is needed by the Board to avoid legal loopholes and that there are sectors that take advantage of the lack of regulation", said Moreno, who has announced that the Andalusian PP is going to present an initiative in this sense because "the Board transparency has to be guaranteed, there have to be more inspections so that the different sectors can coexist”.
Moreno congratulated the mayor of Málaga, Francisco de la Torre, for the "open and pleasant fair that is taking place, a complete success despite the difficulties", and has highlighted the effort of the City Council in reinforcing the company's services of transport.
Juanma Moreno has also shown himself "happy for the residents of Marbella, because, after two years of misgovernment, the city is going to return to institutional normality". He has highlighted that the "infighting of the parties that formed the municipal government until now have prevented the budgets from being approved, and Marbella deserves a solid, stable and capable government."
That solid government "is going to be done by whoever should have governed from day one, because in the municipal elections it became clear that the PP is the party preferred by the people of Marbella."
The president of the PP Andaluz has presented today the Popular of the Year award granted by the PP of Malaga, which in its seventh edition has gone to the Avoi association, which carries out its work with children with cancer and their families.