Francisco Reyes, general secretary of PSOE of Jaen insisted yesterday in Andujar that all Andalusians should speak out at the June 19 polls because Andalusia does not "deserve a government like the one it currently has". According to surveys, 40% of the population don't know if or how they will vote. We insist that they do so to ensure Andalusia has both the government and the president they want. Juan Espadas is that president, who embodies dedication, dialogue, and management ability, he said.
Rodriguez and Kings
Reyes made these statements at Andujar where he met with Pedro Luis Rodriguez, the general secretary and mayor, as well as the Municipal Group, Local Executive, and Assembly. He summarized that you have to choose between Juan Espadas' left-wing government or Moreno Bonilla's right-wing government. "He has lost his mind for three and a half years."
Socialist official inflicted reproach on Moreno Bonilla for "having remained in profile" during difficult times like the pandemic or crisis arising out of the war in Ukraine. A president who "has not been able to manage the many resources that he has received from the Government of Spain and that has deceived people of Jaen in an extraordinary way>>. He recalled that Moreno Bonilla had promised him the Andujar–Jaen highway through Fuerte del Rey, but he hasn't fulfilled this promise nor the two other highways in this province. He also promised five special plans, but he has not implemented any of them, and the creation 600,000. jobs in the autonomous community. He lamented that "but, today there are more unemployment."
Reyes compared Moreno Bonilla's indolence to the active commitment of Pedro Sanchez, who protected 37,000 workers by ERTE and 25,000 self-employed workers who were granted extraordinary assistance. 135,000 pensioners whose benefits have been revalued according to IPC, as well as those thousands of workers whose minimum wages have risen from 1,000 euros to 135,000 euros. A labor reform has resulted in permanent contracts. There were 9,500 signed contracts in April alone.
Pedro Luis Rodriguez, for his part, acknowledged that Andujar is "very eager" to face the election and that the government from the Junta be reconstructed again for the benefit all Andalusians. This is because the community "cannot continue with the PP>> for another three years and a quarter."
Rodriguez stated that the setback we are experiencing due to inaction of the president of the Board, and his advisors, is obvious. He said that Rodriguez considers this incomprehensible because more money has been received in Andalusia from the Government of Spain with an incredible 4,500 million euros that were sent, but that Andalusians don't receive. He concluded that "we only perceive setbacks" and "lack of management."