The Constitution, the unity of Spain and better financing focus the speeches of the regional presidents of the PP

The end-of-year speeches of regional presidents have become a tradition. Many are released this year after the regional elections last May, where there was a change of power in many territories. The PP governs in 11 autonomous communities and participates in the Government of another, the Canary Islands.

Although they have not yet been broadcast – almost all of them will do so tonight, including Isabel Díaz Ayuso, the president of Madrid, and Íñigo Urkullu, in what will be his last as Lehendakari -, some have already done so between Saturday and this Sunday . The defense of the Constitution, the unity of Spain, equality among Spaniards and better financing For their territories, the messages of the regional presidents of the PP, but also of the socialist, focus Emiliano García-Page, president of the Junta de Castilla-La Mancha. All of them have also highlighted their management and have boasted about the public services of their respective Governments.

Alfonso Fernández Mañueco, president of Castilla y León, has appealed this Sunday to the Constitution as a framework for coexistence and a guarantee of the “common good against exclusive selfishness” and has stated that without the principles of the Magna Carta “there are no guarantees to continue advancing in a peaceful and harmonious.” The president has stated that today these constitutional principles are “in danger” and has offered the “clear ideas and firm principles” that Castilla y León “assumes from its very origin.”

In a similar vein, it has been expressed Marga Prohens, president of the Balearic Islands. Prohens has indicated that the Balearic Government will defend “with all the means at its disposal” the equality of Spaniards and the separation of powers enshrined in the Constitution. She has also promised that she will be vocal before the central government to demand “fair financing” for the islands and fiscal autonomy “in the face of attempts at harmonizing centralism.”

From Castilla-La Mancha, Emiliano García Page He has assured that he will raise his voice so that “not only those who want to break the Constitution speak.” “It is going to be up to me, and not only, to many more people… to strongly defend our own rights, the rights that we have as Spaniards, (…) rights that some literally want to violate.” The president of Castilla-La Mancha has also said that he wants by 2024 “a more equal and cohesive Spain”, which “gains in certainty and confidence” and in which the “difficult moments” experienced in national politics end, where The excess of “noise” and “frontism” makes understanding difficult.

In Galicia, the president of the Xunta, Alfonso Rueda, has warned of the “risks that threaten the constitutional framework that protected Galicia’s progress” and has stated that “equality between citizens” is something that “should never” be “under negotiation.” “There are risks that threaten the constitutional framework that protected Galicia’s progress throughout this time,” the Galician president added.

Equality has also been at the center of the Murcian president’s message, Fernando Lopez Miras. “We are not going to tolerate the breakdown of equality between territories and citizens, an essential principle of democracy. And we will stand against any decision that discriminates against the million and a half Murcians,” said Miras.

Jorge Azcon, president of the Government of Aragon, has demanded that the central Executive provide new regional financing that is “fair, supportive and adequate.” In his New Year’s speech, Azcón also warned that “in no case” will he allow “the shameful pacts of the central government with the independence movement” to relegate the Aragonese as “second-class Spaniards.”

Juan Manuel Moreno Bonilla, president of the Junta de Andalucía, has also called for “equality” among all Spaniards, warning that dividing people “is the shortest path to ending progress and well-being.” “Polarization and walls weaken society. We are stronger when we are united,” he added.

In his Christmas message, Moreno Bonilla stated that “I walk on the street every day and I am aware of the concern of many Andalusians regarding the risk of equality between Spaniards being broken.”

Finally, Moreno Bonilla advocated this Sunday for an agreement with the central government to face the demolition of the El Algarrobico hotelbuilt in Carboneras (Almería) and “symbol of wild urbanism on the Mediterranean coast”, once the future of Doñana “is clear.”

Moreno, who has chosen the Doñana National Park for his Christmas message, has put the agreement recently reached with the Executive after the conflict over irrigation as a “good example” of the “effort” that politicians can make to understand each other.

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