Huelva, (EFE).- The president of the Junta de Andalucía and the PP-A, Juanma Moreno, stated this Saturday that the autonomous community “needs mayors with the same ambition as the Andalusian government.”
“Mayors who are not conformist or short-term, we want long-term projects, with long lights, a decade, I want ambition,” he said during his speech at the presentation of Pilar Miranda as a candidate for Mayor de Huelva for the next municipal elections.
He has specified that “a good mayor does not stop asking for and demanding what corresponds to his municipality” and has pointed out the importance of achieving councils so that they and the Board row in the same direction.
“When a city council and the Junta push in the same direction for the benefit of the Andalusians, any objective that we set ourselves is achieved,” he pointed out.
Moreno has highlighted the potential of the city of Huelva and Miranda as a person “brave, capable, with ambition and who does not come again”, since she has accumulated years in municipal management as a councilor in the governments of Pedro Rodríguez.
For this reason, he has been convinced that “he will do well” because he also has “the capacity for dialogue, leadership and determination.”
“When it is planted, normally, it is always collected and there are encouraging data on the reforms that are being carried out in the community,” he insisted.
He has pointed out that “we are leading the decline in unemployment in 2022, to the point that it has assumed 71% of the decline in unemployment in Spain” or “we have managed to lower the school rate by 7 points in 4 years”.
Questions like this invite optimism but “we have to keep working, there is still a lot to do and we cannot become complacent, very difficult challenges remain.”
His ambition, he said, is for Andalusia to be a “leader” in Spain because it has the wickerwork for it and every day it shows itself with more pride and self-esteem, aware of its capabilities, and for this, it has influenced, mayors are also needed “with ambition”. EFE