Seville, (EFE).- The macro-project for the town of Trebujena (Cádiz) has slipped into Parliament this Thursday, where the Andalusian president, Juanma Moreno, has revealed that the general secretary of the PSOE-A, Juan Espadas, was the Territory Planning Councilor who processed the first change to the PGOU to build it in 2009.
The control session to the Andalusian Government began quietly. But he was encouraged as the face-off between Moreno and PSOE leader Juan Espadas ensued. It was then that Moreno reminded him – without him having told him about the matter – that during the opening of the allegations to the macro-project opened in 2009, the Minister of Housing and Urban Planning was Espadas himself. Who then did not object to it being carried out.
Public information in 2009
According to Moreno, in July 2009 a period of public information and allegations to the Ordination plan was opened. The City Council and a private promoter argued for the opportunity area to be included with a buildable area of 50%. And the Board partially upheld the allegations.
The Andalusian president has come out in this way in the face of the controversy raised in recent days over the favorable environmental report recently given by the Junta de Andalucía to the construction project of 300 homes, hotels and a golf course in Trebujena.
“I already knew why you didn’t talk to me about this topic, you have an ability. In Andalusia it doesn’t rain but it gets into all the puddles”, pointed out the president of the Junta. Who has taken the opportunity to also accuse him that in the case of the EH Bildu lists he is “following in the wake” of the Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez.
It was the only mention of this matter during the control session. And Moreno has demanded the general secretary of the PSOE-A to “leave in the wake of Sánchez and work for Andalusia.”
Withdrawal of environmental authorization
The spokesman for Adelante Andalucía, José Ignacio García, took advantage of his question to ask Moreno that if he cares about Doñana, he should “immediately” withdraw the environmental authorization of the Junta for the macro-project because he has accused him of “messing up day in and day out ”. Something that seems to be due to the fact that “he wants to kill Doñana”.
For his part, the Andalusian president was surprised that the spokesperson for Por Andalucía, Inmaculada Nieto, did not question him in his speech on the project. And he wonders if this is due to the fact that the mayor of the town is from the United Left and he, together with the Junta with a socialist government, “promoted” it at the time.
Gone are the reproaches of José Ignacio García, to the policy of tourist flats by the Andalusian Government, whose consequences are, in his opinion, the increase in housing prices, the systematic exploitation of workers and the destruction of the environment.
Moreno, who recalled that 400,000 Andalusian families live from the tourism sector, has acknowledged that he is concerned about the proliferation of tourist apartments and for this reason has announced a decree that will promote the balance of the rights of residents and the activity, an initiative that will give much more autonomy to municipalities.
The toughest debate took place between Moreno and Espadas. Who began by reproaching the Andalusian president for having “implied” in the electoral campaign that he will only support the municipalities of the PP. At the same time, he denounced that Moreno had sent electoral “mailing” signing as president of the Board.
The Andalusian president replied that it had been a mistake. That he informed the Zone Electoral Board. And regarding the treatment of socialist mayors, he has denied that he treats them differently from those of his party. Since he has signed agreements and large investments with them, all with a “dialogue” attitude.
Before, the spokesman for Vox, Manuel Gavira, accused Moreno of having spent four and a half years in the Government “without leaving the poisoned socialist inheritance.” And he has assured that during this time public services have continued to deteriorate, yes, with more senior positions than those held by Susana Díaz ”.
“Every time they look in the mirror they look more like who they wanted to kick out,” Gavira criticized. That he has asked Moreno to say “when he is going to solve the problems.” And he has warned him that “it is not enough to remove them from power to continue doing the same thing.”
The PP spokesman, Toni Martín, has defended that being a moderate center party “makes things much easier to reach agreements in the negotiations.” What has happened, he said, in Primary Care. After which he has boasted of reaching the electoral campaign “with zero conflict in Andalusia. Despite some constant attempts to burn everything down.” EFE