09-18-2020 | Cs
The spokesperson for the Cs group regrets that 'the priorities of the Government do not coincide with those of the majority of Catalans, who are concerned about their jobs or their children's return to school'
"We can continue with a Catalonia that looks to the past, the conflict and continues to divide us, or one that looks to the future and returns to being a leader." This was said by the spokesperson for the Citizens (Cs) group in the Parliament of Catalonia and senator, Lorena Roldán, in the general policy debate. Roldán has regretted that Quim Torra "wants the Catalans to be more attentive to their judicial tour" and that on top of that "he makes threats to paralyze Catalan politics" while what is needed "is that the Parliament can legislate to solve the problems we have about table".
The orange spokeswoman lamented that "the priorities of the Government do not coincide with those of the majority of Catalans, who are concerned about their jobs or whether their children will be able to go to school safely." "While families have not yet recovered from the first wave of covid-19, they see how the Government complains of not having money while they open embassies in Japan, Senegal and Australia," he explained and added that while they do that, " cut in health, education and social services, being regrettable and shameful.
Roldán recalled that Catalonia "has the worst data on child poverty, it is the community that has cut the most in social services or has the longest dependency lists" and has described these indicators as "discouraging". The orange senator also concluded by stating that the Catalan executive "has tools and does not use them" in order to improve the situation and, on the contrary, "keeps us in line and does nothing to want to move forward," he concluded.