07-21-2020 | Cs

The deputy spokesman of the GPCs criticizes that the Executive ‘abandons’ the students of the concerted school and the special education centers in the Reconstruction Pacts

The deputy spokesman of the Parliamentary Group of Citizens (GPCs), Edmundo Bal, has assured that "Europe has lived up to the historic moment and now the Government must comply and undertake the reforms that Spain needs." "These European reconstruction funds should be the opportunity to take out of the drawer the" essential reforms to modernize the country "that in forty years neither PSOE nor PP have undertaken," said Bal, who has shown the "joy of citizens for having reached the European agreement on reconstruction funds ”.

According to the deputy spokesperson for Ciudadanos (Cs) in Congress, "it is a good day for all who believe in Europe and Spain" and "a bad day" for those who want to "destroy" it. "In Ciudadanos we always try to reach agreements and this agreement is very necessary to build the European project, for Spain, for families, for the self-employed, for small and medium-sized entrepreneurs and for workers," said Bal, who has alerted that "Europe does not want reforms to be agreed with independence and populists".

The Cs deputy explained that the axes of reforms that liberal education is betting on are: modernizing employment; protect and strengthen the health system; reinforce education with a National Pact that leaves no one out; digitize all public administrations; and boost investment in R + D + i.

On the other hand, Bal has criticized the government “abandoning” the students of the concerted school and the special education centers in the Reconstruction Pacts and has warned that, “if the Government does not rectify, the Parliamentary Group of Citizens will vote in against the opinion of the Social Work Group ”. The deputy spokesman for the orange formation in Congress has criticized "the dogmatism and sectarianism" of the Executive because it leaves behind a part of the public school.



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