Ayuso will present an appeal of unconstitutionality against the Government’s energy saving plan

The Community of Madrid, chaired by Isabel Díaz Ayuso, is going to present an appeal of unconstitutionality against the energy saving plan, due to the “closeness” of the Government and its “non-rectification”. As announced by the Minister for the Environment, Paloma Martín, the measure is “questioning” the “own” competences of the region.

“We have just concluded the meeting with the ministers and there is no rectification by the Government. They maintain the imposition of measures on commerce, the supermarket, the theater or the cinema, to name some of the most affected sectors,” explained Martín after the Sectoral Conference on Energy, Industry and Commerce to address the royal decree law.

The PP has pointed directly to the Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez, the need to a conference of regional presidents that opens a “real dialogue” with the communities to discuss the energy saving plan, which the popular have demanded that he withdraw as “improvised”, “incongruous” and “unilateral”.

“If he has any political dignity left, You should suspend your vacation, return immediately and call that conference of presidents”said the Deputy Secretary of Territorial Organization of the PP, Miguel Tellado, at a press conference after the meeting on Monday of the Ministers of Energy Transition and Industry with the regional councilors of the branch.

The ministers of Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge (Teresa Ribera) and Industry, Commerce and Tourism (Reyes Maroto) They have held a telematic meeting with the regional authorities and the Spanish Federation of Municipalities and Provinces (FEMP) to “clear up doubts” about the scope and application of measures of the savings plan that comes into force this Wednesday.

riverbank He stated at a press conference that the Government will not withdraw the royal decree. To which Martín has responded with the request for “an urgent meeting of the Conference of Presidents, the summons to the affected sectors and the withdrawal of the royal decree”, because, “unlike what the European Union proposes, it imposes obligations on the private sector”.

“Given the closure of the Government, its non-rectification, from the Community of Madrid we are going to announce the presentation of an appeal of unconstitutionality because what is being questioned are the competences of the Community of Madrid, specifically, those linked to trade”, emphasizes the Government Minister of Isabel Díaz Ayuso.

According to the person in charge of the Environment, Housing and Agriculture, the Madrid proposals “are clear”: “Work to reduce the electricity bill; we pay the most expensive bill in history and that threatens the purchasing power of families and the competitiveness of companies.”

And in addition, the regional government has presented “initiatives to continue advancing in the energy transition, to have a more diversified map and to be able to offer concrete responses to citizens and the main sectors of our economy,” added Martín.

The PP demands “real dialogue” with the communities

Tellado, for his part has accused the Government of having drawn up the royal decree law with an “energy improvisation plan” and turning our backs on the communities, municipalities and social and economic agents. As he has underlined, the plan does not measure the impact in each territory or in the sectors it affects.

For this reason, he has insisted on bringing the regional governments together and listening to their proposals: “That is dialogue, the rest is theatre”, denounced Tellado, whose party considers that the communities they are fully entitled to appeal to the Constitutional Court the royal decree law if they consider that it invades their powers, as the Junta de Castilla y León is studying.

According to Tellado, the communities they do not know how to apply the measures approved in the Council of Ministersbecause the regulations have not been developed and “there is no regulation or an annex or a simple list of who is affected”.

“Measures need to be taken, of course yes, but the proper and correct measures without improvisations or occurrences and analyze its impact” with the aim of lowering the price of electricity, he stressed.

The deputy secretary has recalled the high price of electricity and has accused Sánchez of governing exclusively “by decree” and has not proposed “absolutely nothing”, since “it is not a matter of imposing, but of encouraging”.

“Unfortunately we have a president who flies over reality from his Falcon, a president at 5,000 feet, when what Spain needs is a president who walks the streets, who listens to the people,” he commented.


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