La portavoz del PP en el Parlamento Europeo, Dolors Montserrat

The popular spokesperson in the European Parliament has denounced, once again, the misalignment of death figures by the government

The PP spokesperson in the European Parliament, Dolors Montserrat, has asked today that the EU unify the criteria to determine the risk areas for the coronavirus and to decide the measures in this regard, so as to avoid unilateral measures by the countries that harm the free movement of people within the community territory.
At the moment, Montserrat said during a dialogue in the European Parliament with the director of the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control, Andrea Ammon, there is only one map of red, orange and yellow areas prepared by this Center, but “there is 27 different responses that are causing disorientation, uncertainty and insecurity for European citizens, workers, business sectors, students and families ”.
For this reason, Montserrat has called for “courage in the face of the new reality that we are living in so that Europe leads the coordination in the response to the virus, because we need European criteria in order to avoid lack of coordination in matters of health security and also to avoid discrimination of the free movement of citizens between the EU states ”.
Dolors Montserrat has also asked Ammon about the data received from the Spanish government and recalled the important differences between the data on deaths registered by the Carlos III Institute, which puts the number of deaths in Spain at 46,000, or the INE (which mentions 50,000 deceased), and the data communicated by the government, which puts them at 29,000
"We need harmonization and veracity in statistics and data collection," Dolors Montserrat has asked the European Commission and the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control in this regard, "because we Spaniards deserve to know the truth and because only with the real data will be able to fight better against the pandemic "

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