• Announces that if there is no agreement on the 27th, the PPA will present a candidacy for the Presidency of Parliament and "the parties will have to decide between change or continuity"
• Demands that Díaz "do not castle because in 2D the citizens checkmated socialist policies"
• After meeting with Asaja, he assures that the new government will be an "ally" of the agribusiness sector and promises to reduce the tax burden and eliminate bureaucracy
The president of the Andalusian PP, Juanma Moreno, asked Ciudadanos today for “agility in the negotiation because many Andalusians are wanting political change as soon as possible and we have an enormous responsibility not to disappoint them. The PPA does not want to disappoint this wealth of illusion”. He affirmed that "the agreement cannot be extended over time", since he assured that there is "full will" on both sides.
Moreno demanded "seriousness in the deadlines so that they are realistic", since "we are seven days away from the constitution of the Parliamentary Table and the beginning of a new legislature." He was convinced that the agreement is "viable" and warned that "we cannot go back or stop due to political tactics." He assured the PPA has "full availability" to "negotiate every day, move forward and overcome the lack of specificity, which is what the 1,8 million Andalusians who have voted for the change are asking for."
"Agreeing as soon as possible on a solid basis for the future government of Andalusia will send a positive message to Andalusians and to investors," he said.
The president of the PPA stated that before December 27 "we have to make a decision" and announced that if there is no agreement by that date, the PPA will present a candidate for the Presidency of Parliament and the parties will have to decide between change or continuity".
The president of the PPA considered that a parallel negotiation between Ciudadanos and the PSOE would be "very serious" because "the PSOE cannot be part of the change, but is an antagonist of the change, it does not want anything to move and there are no reforms". He insisted that “it is impossible to think of a change with the participation of the PSOE” and called on Susana Díaz “not to castle, because the 2D citizens checkmated socialist policies. He has to accept the rules of the game and that the game is over."
ALLY OF AGRICULTURE
Juanma Moreno held a meeting today with the Board of Directors of Asaja Andalucía, to which he conveyed that the new government of change is going to be "an ally, who will always listen and attend to demands." She insisted on the importance of the agro-industrial sector in Andalusia and expressed her commitment to "facilitate its activity, removing the obstacles that are being generated by the administration." Thus, she promised to reduce the tax burden and eliminate bureaucracy, which are "a brake on job creation."
He pointed out that the Inheritance and Donations Tax "limits the generational change in agricultural and livestock farms" and also alluded to the "regulatory dispersion and confusion of rules, laws, provisions and regulations that affect the profitability of the sector." He added that the new government will also be an "ally" of the agribusiness in the marketing and promotion of products, in agricultural insurance, and in national and international negotiations.