The socialist leaders met in a forum to joke about the Junta Government, which ignored the negative vision given to the community, just to regain power.
The interventions of the first vice president of the government and Minister of Finance, Mary Jesus Montero, and the general secretary of PSOE-A, Juan Espadas, left the image of the Andalusian community to be destroyed for a common political interest, which is to destroy the executive of Juanma Moreno. The two socialist leaders participated in a forum in Malaga, and from the lectern they gave the most pessimistic view of the community. All, as Montero recognized when he started, recovered the power of the Junta, which they are almost forty years old and ranked among the worst in Spain.
The statements of the two summarize that the government of Pedro Sánchez invested in Andalusia in the face of the mismanagement of the board’s resources, but they forgot that the Andalusians knew what was happening in the region of the PSOE in the front and that they gave him the majority support of Moreno’s PP in the last election.
But this Friday, Minister Montero arrived in Malaga to emphasize the “leadership” of Swordscornered in its ranks and the weight of being the one with the worst electoral results for the PSOE. “We have the man, we have the leader, we have the project, and we have the team,” said Montero, who spent a year as the shadow of Espadas, and there is still talk that he could be the next Andalusian socialist candidate.
Montero helped Espadas
The PSOE is angry that the president of the board has a voice in Europe and directly asks for funds for the community for the drought; that he was able to attract large investors; or that during his administration employment grew above the Spanish average, among other improvements, which will be greater if the Sánchez government allocates a fair amount of financing to the community, as shown by Moreno on Thursday, who launched a challenge to the leader of the opposition.
But this Friday, the mission of the PSOE leaders was to attack, and the minister released Espadas from the challenge. So advised this Friday by the president of the board to “update” the regional financing figures for his community because he asked for “4,000 million per year” when 6,000 million was received.
With his statements, Montero denied that the community lacks finance, like Murcia, Valencia, and Castilla La Mancha, even though this is a reality recognized by financial organizations and the government itself.