03-29-2020 | Cs
The president of Cs offers her support in the face of this crisis and demands that the Government "give certainty to the self-employed, workers and SMEs"
"I ask Sánchez for a telematic meeting with the leaders of the Congress parties to agree, evaluate and define measures knowing the real impact of Covid19 on the country's economy". Words from the president of Ciudadanos (Cs), Inés Arrimadas, in a video on her social networks. "We are a party with the hand extended to the Government, but that asks that the necessary measures be corrected or improved"Arrimadas has said, who has also pointed out that "all the economic measures that are implemented must be agreed with the social agents and with the parties that we must support in Congress the Royal Government Decrees."
"Now there are two priorities: Saving lives and saving jobs", has also sentenced the president of the Parliamentary Group of Citizens (GPCs). "We have to think about how to keep as many jobs as possible for the future after the state of alarm," he acknowledged. In addition, the deputy has asked "Certainty and information to the Government" because "there is uncertainty and uneasiness among the self-employed, workers and SMEs who do not really know the application of the measures and how they will affect their business"
Along these lines, the GPCs president has emphasized that "Politicians have to live up to society" and in what "Cs is and will be a loyal party with a sense of state, an obviously useful party that appeals to political unity".
The president of the liberal party has also wanted to remember the more than 6,500 deaths from Coronavirus, figures that she has described as "terrible". "My first words are for the families of these people who have not even been able to say goodbye", has underlined. In addition, he has sent "Our sincere and constant thanks to the people who continue to fight the pandemic, to the health workers and to those who work so that there is a supply for the population". "We continue to work tirelessly so that this virus defeats it among all", Arrimadas concluded.