• Advocates "putting article 155 on the table to guarantee that the legal system in Catalonia is complied with"
• Demands from Díaz "a powerful and clear position" against "a weak government that is paying in installments the mortgages it signed with the Catalan independence movement"
The president of the Andalusian PP, Juanma Moreno, affirmed that Pedro Sánchez is the president of the 'no is no' for Andalusia” and gave as an example issues such as regional financing or that “the Algeciras-Bobadilla, of which Susana Día has spoken so much , becomes the last section in execution "pensions and claims". She added that "before the no in capital letters from Sánchez to Andalusia, we have a silent and complicit president."
Moreno pointed out that this negative attitude of Sánchez towards Andalusia also has to do with "the unprecedented paralysis in the Andalusian government". He warned that the uncertainty caused by Díaz about the electoral advance "generates economic problems and increases the slowdown."
Moreno referred to the "episodes of radical violence that violate coexistence" that have occurred in recent days in Catalonia and assured that "it is worrying that Sánchez appears incapable of making the decisions that are needed at this time." He thus advocated "putting article 155 on the table to guarantee that the legal system in Catalonia is complied with."
He regretted that Sánchez is "completely absent and, after 10 days of travel, there is no reflection or decision on the situation in Catalonia because he does not have the determination that a president needs."
The president of the PPA affirmed that we have "a weak government that is paying in installments the mortgages that it signed with the Catalan independence movement." He assured that "Andalusia, with almost nine million inhabitants, must be a counterweight to the independence movement" and demanded from Díaz "a powerful and clear position." "Andalusian socialism keeps a complicit and calculated silence so as not to come into confrontation with the interests of its own party," he said.
Juanma Moreno, who participated in the event in Malaga on the occasion of the Police Day Festival, expressed his "unconditional support" for the State Security Forces and claimed their role in "guaranteeing freedom, which is fundamental to living in peace, and the values of Spanish society”.