The president of the Popular Party of Galicia, Alfonso Rueda, presented his electoral program this morning in Lugo. The document consists of 870 steps, among which he emphasizes his commitment to double the stock of public housing so that, at the end of 2028, Galicia will have 8,000 homes of this type. Currently, there are 3,800.
Rueda met in the city with Pedro Sánchez, who attended a socialist rally in support of candidate José Ramón Gómez Besteiro. The president of the Popular Party in the community described his program as a “contract of Galicia,” a “prosperous” community, and for this, green energy is “fundamental,” so he wants “an industry like Altri to establish itself in Galicia,” according to Europa Press.
However, the popular candidate emphasized the importance of supporting the private sector and that, understandably, “it’s not a demon.”. Following the measures announced in relation to the housing stock, Rueda defended that, if the PP is in charge, they will put in place the necessary measures to exhaust the legislature of 20,000 protected houses. “Many of them are dedicated to renting at social prices,” he added.
The document presented by the PPdG consists of 177 pages, “It will be accessible to all people,is available in several languages, has pictograms, and can be consulted online.
Rueda: “I don’t need to call the Basque Country or Catalonia.”
The candidate defended that your program “can” and that “you don’t need to call the Basque Country or Catalonia” to use it. “I don’t need to call Moncloa, I don’t need to have dark negotiations between the losers of the election, and I don’t need to call the Basque Country or Catalonia,” he defended in front of thousands of supporters and activists who attended the presentation event.
The PP leader in the community has some words for Pedro Sánchez, whom he mocked for his visit to Navantia this week with the announcement of the construction of a new frigate for the Spanish Navy. “Everyone was shocked, including the Spanish navy, which didn’t know at all,” he said.
Rueda defended his program as “achievable” and without “impossible promises.” He defended saying that “there is nothing” that is “unpayable” in the regional budgets. “On the promise of the moon, there are others who do not manage,” he said.