It is possible to move forward only if you see beyond. You can only make progress if you look beyond the immediate. Ortega y Gasset's phrase was recalled by Soledad Balaguer. The act that he presided at Monday at the Palace of Justice concluded. In which the Parliamentarians elected during the meeting of 19-J have received the minutes that accredit their regional representatives for Almeria. There are six for the PP and three for the PSOE, and three for Vox.
Traditional ceremony with 11 of 12 Andalusian deputies. Carmen Crespo was the only absentee from the list for Popular Party.
Pablo Venzal was the number two of the popular and was responsible for congratulating all elected deputies from all parties. He also ensured that the work of these six Almeria parliamentarians in the new legislature would be to "support and sustain Juanma Moreno's four pillars. One of these pillars is strengthening essential public services such as education and health. Moreno promised this during his electoral campaign.
Promoting the infrastructures that are still in progress in Almeria such as the Almanzora highway to connect it to the A-7 "next Year" or favoring administrative reforms to make the autonomous community more competitive will be priorities. "Continue lowering taxes and continuing your bet on regulatory simplifying, both fundamental to the creation of jobs and wealth in our land>>
Venzal stated that all of this was "based on consensus, dialogue with all political parties and counting on civil society."
The Government of Juanma Moreno is going to flee populism and polarization. We will not forget that citizens did not give us their vote like it was a perpetual lease. It is a deposit we must take care of. We are aware of this and will listen to civil society in Parliament. Consensus arises from active dialog and progress for our land. This was the conclusion reached by the popular.
Juan Antonio Lorenzo (general secretary of the PSOE in Almeria) stated that the three Almeria parliamentarians will work with "all the enthusiasm in the universe" to support the province. "Willingness to understand that perhaps the fear that Almerian people had about Vox doesn't make them give up quality in public service" and therefore "we will be very vigilant, demanding infrastructure development, that is necessary in our province, and the assistance for the number of unemployment there are>>. Lorenzo says that there are still four years of hard work ahead in the area where Almeria has put us. We are not going to disappoint our voters or those who voted for Vox out of fear, but we will not give up what is already been accomplished in public service>>.
Vox, the Andalusian parliamentarians, has expressed great satisfaction with the collection of minutes from Almeria. "Let's not forget that this province has the highest Vox representation in the Andalusian institution, with three deputies." They have shown great satisfaction in this new stage and in their commitment to "working for the interests the province of Almeria and Andalusia, and ultimately for our homeland, Spain>>.
It is Alonso's second term as regional deputy. His two co-workers, Juanjo Bosquet and Mercedes Rodriguez, are debuting in this role.