10-02-2021 | Cs
The president of Cs assures that "this 'procés' has stolen the future from a whole generation" and what Cs wants is just "more opportunities for families"
"I was surprised that Illa did not do a PCR test, being also a former Minister of Health, I did it." This has been assured by the Cs candidate for the presidency of the Generalitat, Carlos Carrizosa, in reference to the fact that the PSC candidate did not undergo a PCR test before the TV3 debate. The president of Cs, Inés Arrimadas, has spoken on this same matter, who has described Illa's actions as "irresponsible" and has wondered if "the test was not wanted because if it had been positive, the campaign would have ended to the".
During a visit to Tarragona, Carrizosa remarked that "in the last regional elections, Cs had great support from the people of Tarragona, a constitutionalist mobilization that can prevent us from having a separatist government." "Cs is the only constitutional party that will not cheat with its vote," he stressed. "The votes that go to Cs will end in constitutionalism, while those that go to the PSC may be for nationalism, because the socialist party has already done it other times," he said.
In addition, the Cs candidate for the presidency of the Generalitat has presented measures to improve the lives of young people, including "a reduction of the T-young card of 20 euros per month, a subscription for people between 26 and 30 years to get around on public transport and a cultural and sports pass to exchange for books, tickets to concerts, museums or gyms. "
For her part, the president of Cs, Inés Arrimadas, from the balcony of the Mediterranean in Tarragona and accompanied by the head of the list, Matías Alonso, has assured that "this 'procés' has stolen the future and opportunities from a whole generation of young people "and added that" Cs wants more opportunities for Catalan families ". For this reason, it has detailed measures to "facilitate access to housing for young people, such as help for the entry of a flat for those under 35 years of age, as other countries around us do, and aid for young people to can be emancipated and can pay the rent. " "Independence, the good one, the real one, is to be able to start a project for the future, leave your parents' house, have a home and a decent job," he concluded.