| "No one can snatch parents the ability to decide how they want education for their children and from the PP we will use all the tools so that this right is not taken away ", has asserted Reverte | "The educational reform of PSOE-Podemos is an unprecedented attack on freedom and on the model implemented in the Region; in Águilas more than 90 percent of parents have chosen the center for their children," said Reverte The spokesperson for the Popular Municipal Group, Eva Reverte, has presented a motion, by urgent procedure, which, if accepted, will be debated in the plenary session next Tuesday, November 24, with which the Government of Spain is urged to paralyze the educational reform that is being processed to guarantee the freedom of families to choose the model and educational center for their children. The spokeswoman has stressed that the Celaá Law has been processed with the backs of the educational community and Spanish society and that lack of consensus has already cost Pedro Sánchez a "slap on the wrist from the European Commission" so from "the PP We ask to urge the Government of Spain to return to the Constitutional Pact on educational matters because the new LOMLOE abolishes the freedoms enshrined in article 27 of the Constitution and thereby prevents families from choosing freely.
" For Reverte, "no one can take away from parents the ability to decide how they want their children's education to be and from the PP we will use all the tools so that this right is not taken away." "The educational reform of PSOE-Podemos, which has been processed without consensus, is an unprecedented attack on freedom and on the model implemented in the Region of Murcia," Reverte said.
In fact thrive law "students go to schools depending on your zip code and Eagles thanks to the Government of the PP over 90 percent of families have been able to choose the center they wanted for their children," stressed has Reverte . Likewise, he pointed out that "this law also represents a frontal attack on concerted education because the PSOE, which was the one who created the concerts, now attacks them.
In this sense, Reverte explained that "the reform abolishes the social demand clause, paving the way for the massive suppression of units in subsidized centers, which will directly affect the María Inmaculada and Carlos V schools." In addition, the 'popular' mayor has shown that the reform puts the Special Education Centers at risk and relegates Spanish to a mere subject rejecting its character as a vehicular language of content, "to which he added that" no one it escapes him since it is a concession from Pedro Sánchez to the nationalist parties whose votes are essential for this government to be able to approve the State Budgets "· In the words of the 'popular', "from the Popular Party we consider that LOMLOE is a frontal attack on Spanish democracy and a brake on our educational system reaching the levels of quality, equity and freedom typical of the most important educational systems" . The proposal of the PP raised to the full City of Eagle goes further and asks for a cohesion fund for adequate funding, strengthening the High inspection, the implementation of a comprehensive test High School, incorporating basic law of a plan educational emergency for crisis situations like the one we are going through, among other aspects.
Source: PP Águilas