Reverte calls the mayor to "reflection" and to show a willingness to dialogue, "is the only way to confront this complex situation with force and leave behind political opportunism such as that shown with the visit of his secretary general of the PSOE, Diego Conesa "Valverde "the commitment of the Government of López Miras with the hospitality sector is firm and is demonstrated with the announcement of direct aid of up to 4,000 euros to meet its expenses"The president of the Popular Party of Águilas, Eva Reverte and the regional deputy, Clara Valverde, have held a meeting prior to the start of the political course to discuss issues related to the municipality, including the return of aquiline students to the classroom and the promotion of the hospitality sector.
The popular leader has said that "it is not a time for political confrontation but rather to join forces among all to face the difficult situation with greater guarantees."Before the beginning of the course, Reverte has stated that the concern that the beginning of the school year generates in families and in society as a whole is something normal and for this reason, "the Government of López Miras does not want to take a false step and is scrupulously following the criteria of health experts so that this start of the course occurs with maximum security, "added the councilor.
In fact, although the "Ministry of Education raised the coordination meeting a few days before the start of the course, the Ministry had already presented to the centers the measures in the Region of Murcia.For her part, the deputy thanked the Government of Fernando López Miras for the commitment to the hospitality sector after the implementation of direct aid to entrepreneurs and freelancers who have seen their income drastically reduced due to the Current situation.
In this sense, the PP spokesperson, Eva Reverte, has indicated that the "restrictions are aimed at curbing the pandemic and only respond to health criteria with the aim of saving lives", but "aware that they harm the health sector.
hospitality, the regional government has offered an answer so that fixed expenses do not suffocate the entrepreneurs of the sector ".The popular deputy explained that "in the absence of a state plan to promote the tourism sector, the regional government responds with this economic injection that will provide relief for these companies that is completed with a credit line of 10 million euros destined to face payroll payments or current expenses.
" She also pointed out that "President López Miras has been requesting a reduction in VAT for the tourism sector for months, without being heard so far by Pedro Sánchez, who continues to turn her back on them."The president of the PP Aguileño recalled that last April they presented a motion to the plenary "we requested a battery of measures aimed at families, companies, SMEs and the self-employed, to which the PSOE voted against." "As Mari Carmen Moreno's government team usually does, after some of these measures were implemented, although they fell short.""These are the policies that respond to the sectors that are experiencing the worst, offering a response to try to mitigate the effects of the situation," said Reverte, who called for "reflection" on the mayor to leave the path of the confrontation and the lack of dialogue with political groups because "society asks that we all work hand in hand".
Moreno, according to Reverte, should leave behind the political opportunism that he showed again after the visit of his secretary general of the PSOE, Diego Conesa, who "used only to criticize regional management and not provide constructive initiatives."
Source: PP Águilas