He affirms that “if today there is a debate on regional financing in Spain, it is because the money of the Spaniards is in the pocket of the State and not in the coffers of the Autonomous Communities, which are the ones that have to manage it”
The spokesman of the Popular Group in the Senate, Javier Maroto, has announced that the Popular Group in the Senate will ask for the urgent appearance of Minister Montero to give an account of “why the truth is lacking and to explain what are the immediate steps to solve this problem that she and the acting president, Pedro Sánchez, have generated ”.
"If today there is a debate on regional financing in Spain it is because the money of the Spaniards is in the pocket of the State and not in the coffers of the Autonomous Communities, which are the ones that have to manage it," said the leader of the PP .
Today, during a visit to the Segovian town of Cantalejo on the occasion of the opening of the political course, the leader of the PP wanted to show his support “as spokesman of the GPP in the Senate and on behalf of my party, to the regional presidents who do dare, as our president in Castilla y León, Alfonso Fernández Mañueco, has done today to raise his voice to ask for justice from the Justice of the Castilian-Leonese: that the taxes we pay between all of them reach the administrations that have that to manage the competitions ”.
"Today, education, health or social services are not an option, they are an obligation to maintain the welfare state that we defend," said the spokesman of the PP, who said that "the money of the Castilian-Leonese is in the Minister Montero's pocket ”.
Thus, he recalled that "in 2016, the acting Government of Mariano Rajoy did approve similar Royal Decrees in similar matters." Therefore, it has remarked "if previously acting governments have approved measures in this regard," it is not understood why they cannot do so now.
On the other hand, he asserted that Pedro Sánchez "is the only socialist unable to form a government with Podemos, because the barons of the PSOE are doing it." In his opinion, the acting president has a problem of "dialogue and consensus with his natural partners, who are the independentistas and Podemos."