Sunday, March 3, 2024

Besteiro, candidate for the 18F Galician elections

The deputy secretary general of the PSOE, María Jesús Montero, defended the need for “autonomous governments that race in the same direction” in Europe and the Government of Spain in an event where the socialist candidate for the Presidency of the Xunta, José Ramón Gómez Besteiro, was convinced that “a better Galicia is possible” based on Galician elections on February 18.

In the forum sponsored by MEP González Casares, Besteiro contradicted the management carried out by the People’s Party in the economic crisis made by the Sánchez government in the pandemic to ensure that “a better Galicia is possible.” In this sense, he pointed out that the socialists were able not only to grow the economy but also to expand rights with greater social protection. All this, he said, is looking for a solution for “the majority” and “not just a few” in front of a PP that keeps trying to “put a spanner in the works” for government action.

Besteiro, who emphasized that in this campaign he will try to express that “a better Galicia is possible,” drew attention to the fact that the Galician Community grew below the Spanish average and lost opportunities despite the “impulse of the Spanish Government,” data that he attributed to the management of the Xunta of the PP. “Because there is a government that looks the other way and thinks about things other than improving issues like industrial development,” he admitted. At this point, he took the opportunity to outline some of the measures that the Government of Galicia will implement for the industrial deployment of Galicia from a Xunta that has stopped “putting the spokes on the wheels” and supports the growth.

Administrative reform

He also defended a reform of the administration that would allow “don’t repeat the mistakes of PP.” “In Galicia there is progress but not much,” he stressed, not to mention problems such as demographic loss and stagnation of the working population. In his speech, in addition, the socialist leader criticized the management of European funds made by the PP in Xunta de Galicia, saying that “five out of every ten euros” were lost due to the incompetence of management. To deal with this, he defended management that guarantees resources, simplifies procedures, and streamlines community projects to make them tangible.

Finally, the socialist candidate for the Xunta took advantage of the opportunity to defend Galicia’s need to have “a government that does not lie,” such as, as reported, the Galician PP created to manage the discharge of microplastics affecting the Galician coast.

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