he PSOE called it “absolutely unreasonable” that the Ministry of Education (PP) would allocate “a good part” of the digital boards meant for public schools in subsidized centers.
The general secretary of the PSC-PSOE and parliamentary spokesman, Pablo Zuloaga, criticized this Friday the decision of the Ministry to “withdraw resources from public education in Cantabria to devote them to integrated education”, which in his opinion shows the counselor’s irresponsibility. , Sergio Silva, and the combined silence of the president. María José Sáenz de Buruaga“.
The leader of the socialists warned that their training will require that the financial commitments of the European funds be fulfilled and, therefore, the digital whiteboards planned for the centers of public education “will reach the centers.”
Thus, the group will present parliamentary initiatives to achieve “bend the arm of the PP and that the public resources for public education are not taken away or reduced so that they reach the joint.”
“Let Counselor Silva and President Buruaga have no doubt that public education professionals in Cantabria are the main guarantors of providing, with the digital tools we need, the best education for our children, ” emphasized Zuloaga, who He spoke about this matter in statements to the media this Friday in Torrelavega, where he was accompanied by the general secretary of the municipal party, José Luis Urraca, as well as other colleagues.
Zuloaga emphasized that “it is important that decisions like this are not made unilaterally by the Government of Cantabria, without involving the groups of public education professionals in our autonomous community.”
And he added that “while Buruaga has dedicated himself to the criticism of the Spanish governance agreements, we have seen how the PP in Cantabria has destroyed public services, including education.”
Along these lines, the general secretary of the Cantabrian socialists took advantage of his intervention to praise the president of the Government of Spain, Pedro Sánchez, who this Friday took office in front of the King.
This, he said, marks the beginning of a new legislature “where the right will be very determined to talk about what separates us”, while the PSOE “will show with its capacity to manage what it wants to do. the management for the social majority”, with measures such as the increase of the interprofessional minimum wage, the revaluation of pensions or the reduction of the working day.
In this sense, he reiterated that “by raising the minimum wage we will improve the financing capacity of families in Cantabria and throughout Spain, by revaluing pensions we will improve the dignity of all the elderly who have reached at their retirement age and by reducing working hours “We have a better society with a higher rate of coexistence.”
This is the “goal of the Government of Pedro Sánchez”, he said, in addition to “promoting more rights and freedoms and guaranteeing more investment for essential public services, guaranteeing equality between territories and also between of the citizens of Cantabria”.
Because “having more resources for public health, public education or dependency guarantees that we all have access to equal services, exactly the opposite of what the PP of Cantabria defends and just the opposite of the health of the ‘business’ that they will apply to our community. with co-payments, so that those who have the most will have the best public services,” he said.
However, Zuloaga stressed that “in front of them they have PSOE offering financing so that we are all equal when it comes to important services such as public health.”