Pozuelo de Calatrava (Ciudad Real) (EFE) people to make decisions that prevent problems from “doing no further harm.”
Núñez spoke this Sunday at a rally in Pozuelo de Calatrava (Ciudad Real), where he stressed that if he becomes president of the autonomous community, he will focus his mandate “from an understanding” to find opportunities “where others see problems.”
In his opinion, governing is about “knowing each town, each person” and “turning into great achievements” the issues that are “fundamental” for the future of Castilla-La Mancha.
The popular leader has reproached the socialist candidate, Emiliano García-Page, for speaking of change during the campaign “and forgetting that he has been in government for 21 years, that in the last eight he has been president and that he is responsible for the opportunities that the region has lost”, a consequence of its “mismanagement”.
For this reason, he has advocated undertaking a change “of the president and of the political party” because “when things are not going well for everyone, they have to be changed” and, in his opinion, García-Page “has allowed months to pass so that the problems solve themselves or come from Europe” without counting on the mayors of the more than 900 municipalities that make up the region.
In this way, Núñez has recognized that, although “dancing is not my forte”, he hopes to return to Pozuelo de Calatrava “as president and dance again with the queen of the festivities”, as he already did in July 2019, because he recalled that sharing the festivities of the towns is “fundamental, we must take care of them, we must protect them”.
The mayor and candidate for re-election, Julián Triguero, has presented an electoral program that is “envying”, and which includes 104 programmed actions, including the construction of a multinational cultural center, youth vouchers between 16 and 25 years of age, an academy music, free transport for the elderly and a comprehensive plan for asphalting and road conditioning.
Create 120,000 jobs
Previously, in Moral de Calatrava (Ciudad Real), Núñez has estimated that he will generate 120,000 jobs in the coming years in the region thanks to the employment strategy that he will promote if he manages to preside over Castilla-La Mancha after the regional elections of May 28.
Núñez has intervened this Sunday in an act in Moral de Calatrava (Ciudad Real), where he has focused his speech on shelling out his aid plan to promote job creation, with which he aspires to turn Castilla-La Mancha “into the region that more work will be generated in the next legislature”.
“I am in a position to affirm, to commit myself, that in the coming years Castilla-La Mancha will generate 120,000 jobs and generate wealth”, has encrypted the aspirant to head the Palacio de Fuensalida, to which he has added that all the young people in the region deserve to “work here, have an opportunity here.”