It maintains that the Popular Party has demonstrated that "it is in the centrality of the political life of Spain"

The national president of the Popular Party, Pablo Casado, has stressed that the PP "is the real alternative" and that "today begins the change that will come to Spain when the next elections are held."
"The project that started almost a year ago today has a turning point and is that a new generation, with a new project proud of what the party has done, but also ambitious with the future, materializes in the city of Madrid" , has indicated.
After the inauguration as mayor of Madrid of José Luis Martínez-Almeida, the leader of the popular has assured that today is a "historic day for the PP" and that "the people of Madrid are happier knowing that they have a great mayor, who will be able to take to the capital where it deserves. "
At this point, Casado thanked the legacy of those who preceded Martínez-Almeida in the consistory-Alvarez del Manzano, Ruiz Gallardón and Botella-because "the people of Madrid know that when the PP has governed, their city has gone better"
During his speech before the media, the popular leader has indicated that the Popular Party has shown that "it is in the centrality of the political life of Spain." "We are the only party that has been able, once again, to speak to our right, to our left and to reach agreements that are compatible with not losing our essence, principles, values ​​and electoral program, but also to broaden the base for represent more citizens ", he pointed.
Along with this, Pablo Casado has opposed the governments of freedom "in which we are going to focus on serving people", with those of "populism, sectarianism and trying to divide the citizens"
Thus, he explained that the project led by Martinez-Almeida will promote individual freedom and "return financial resources to families", in reference to the proposal to lower "all taxes and fees possible, returning an average of 400 euros a year to the families of Madrid ".
In addition, security will be promoted in the capital, "respect for legal trade and private property in the face of squatting" and the freedom to move, "ending the barriers that determine how to move," as well as the fight against climate change .
Finally, Pablo Casado has opted for Madrid to become the capital of the digital revolution in Europe, because "if we get investment to come, there will be employment, international projection and opportunities for young people", as well as in the cultural capital of Spain and Europe, which promotes an "open, without acronyms and ideologies" culture

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