Cádiz (EFE) Spain the policies of Mr. Sánchez”.
During the presentation ceremony of the eight candidates of his formation for the next municipal elections in May, which has been held in Cádiz, Moreno said that “supporting the PSOE in this case is going to mean endorsement, support, backing for the policies that the whole of Spain and, in a very particular way, Andalusia are suffering».
The candidate from Almería is María del Mar Vázquez; the one from Cádiz, Bruno García; Cordoba, Jose Maria Bellido; Granada, Marifrán Carazo; Huelva, Pilar Miranda; Jaen, Jose Agustin Gonzalez; Malaga, Francisco de la Torre; and the one from Seville, José Luis Sanz.
Rupture of the coexistence model
The Andalusian president alluded that a vote for a socialist candidacy is “voting in favor of the modification of the Criminal Code, of those who are in agreement with this Government and who want to break our model of coexistence through the Constitution of 78, projects that are rupturistas and independentistas».
Moreno has pointed out that although there are key projects and the cities are going to be discussed, “it is true that we need a strong government in Spain, one that understands, that respects Andalusia, and that understands municipalism, that rectifies those erroneous policies and unfortunately unsuccessful that they are promoting now».
The regional leader of the PP demanded that the candidates of his training in Andalusia “work hard and listen a lot.”
effort to listen
“We have to make an effort to stop, to listen, to share, to learn, to propose, that is the effort we have to make”, underlined Juanma Moreno, who dedicated words in his speech for each of the heads of list to the capitals, which also took part in the act, where the former mayor of Cádiz, Teófila Martínez, and the former mayor of Seville Juan Ignacio Zoido were present, as well as several members of the Andalusian Government.
For Moreno, these elections “are won if you put your head and heart in, if you are authentic with your neighbors, if you make commitments that are real and true, if you look your neighbors in the eye and notice that you speak from the heart , commitment and strength and knowing what you want for your cities ».
In the certainty that the candidates meet this profile, he was convinced that “things are going to go well on May 28”, along the lines that the PP needs “mayors and mayors that this renewal project that we have started in Andalucía is also committed to this initiative »
push in the same direction
This, he specified, because it cannot be that from the Andalusian Government “we push in one direction and a town hall push in the opposite direction, we all have to push in the same direction, we have to understand that we can make Andalusia a leader.”
In the opinion of Juanma Moreno, “we have initiated a historic change in Andalusia” in which “we have a Government with lights and shadows, logically we will do some things better than others, but it has transformational ambition for Andalusia, which is beginning to sow and reap In Andalucia”.
“We need mayors and mayors to join this renewing and historic stage,” according to Moreno, for whom it is a challenge that he was sure to achieve in the next municipal elections.
Moreno: “If you love me, support them”
The Andalusian president ended his speech by paraphrasing Lola Flores, who is one hundred years old today, who “always defined herself as a woman of the people” and to whom he paid public tribute. “If you love me,” she said, “support them, help them, transform them so that together we can achieve greatness in Andalusia.”
Before, Moreno had referred, after predicting “a long pre-campaign”, that “the municipal elections are not going to be sprint, it is not just any campaign, it is a campaign that is especially important for each and every one of us because to a large extent life it transcends depending on the management” of the mayors, since “everything happens through a town hall”.
In his opinion, the candidates that his party has chosen for the Andalusian capitals “have the courage, the capacity and the grit to fight for their neighbors every day of the year and transform their cities.”
Despite this, their training, their institutional experience and the fact that “they are sensible and close people” are not worth it to the Andalusian president, who claimed that “when someone takes a step forward in this party, in this political project, they Do it with great enthusiasm and putting a lot of passion into what you do, because without enthusiasm and without passion, cities, autonomous communities, or countries cannot be changed”.
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