• The Deputy Secretary of Organization of the Andalusian PP assures that Juanma Moreno "is going to Brussels to defend the interests of Andalusia" and that Díaz "has set up an express trip when he found out"
• "The PSOE should pay damages to all Andalusians who are over 50 today for not having been able to give them opportunities in their youth", he has assured.
The vice-secretary for Organisation, Training and Electoral of the Andalusian PP, Toni Martín, assured this Saturday that the president of the Andalusian PP, Juanma Moreno, will The next Tuesday to Brussels "to defend the interests of Andalusia" and has censured that Susana Díaz, "upon finding out, has set up an express trip on the same days."
At the closing ceremony of the 13th Congress of New Generations of Córdoba, Toni Martín considered it "unfortunate that a regional president has to be sucking the wheel of the head of the opposition because she has no project." "She would have to be in Brussels more often, but we have a president who is dominated by her arrogance, who has no project, and with a character that is a disaster for Andalusians."
The deputy secretary of Organization of the Andalusian PP has assured that, faced with this, Juanma Moreno "is going to Brussels to raise the problems of the CAP, Brexit and financing."
Martín has referred to the "autonomous financing model that Zapatero approved and that now the PSOE says has cost us 5.500 million", and also to the financing "that comes to us from Brussels, and on which a recent report from the European Community He has said that, despite the flow of funds, we are increasingly far from convergence with Europe because they have not been able to invest that money”.
Toni Martín has indicated that "we have advanced, but less than the others, and if only one party has governed for 40 years, that party is responsible, the PSOE and Susana Díaz". “These 40 years have been a lost opportunity for the young people of Andalusia. Many of those who are 50 years old in Andalusia today have lived with unemployment since their youth, with an educational system that does not offer opportunities, and with a health system that only professionals save ”, he said.
Martín has assured that "this is the reality of Andalusia, and the PSOE should pay damages to all Andalusians who are now over 50 years old for not having been able to give them opportunities during their youth."
Finally, the Deputy Secretary of Organization of the Andalusian PP has encouraged New Generations "to be the vanguard of the PP in Andalusia and throughout Spain." “Andalusia can and must change. New Generations is the motor and the Andalusian PP is the vehicle of change”, he has concluded.