The Valencian president advocates moving the headquarters of organizations such as the Constitutional or the Court of Auditors out of Madrid.
The Generalitat Valenciana has presented a proposal for the decentralization of State institutions that would lead to Valencia Puertos del Estado; part of the Senate to Barcelona; the headquarters of the Constitutional Court in Cádiz; the Supreme to Castilla y León and the Court of Accounts to Aragón, reports Europa Press.
This was announced by the President of the Generalitat, Ximo Puig, during the closing of the seminar Polyphonic and Decentralized Spain: A Country in the Form of a Mesh, in which he participated together with the Minister of Universities, Joan Subirats. The Valencian proposal stems from the report 'Polyphonic Spain: For a country in the form of a mesh' prepared by the Prospect 2030 chair.
The Valencian deconcentration proposal would take part of the Senate to Barcelona, the Constitutional headquarters to Cádiz, the Supreme Court to Castilla y León, the Court of Accounts to Aragón, the Council of State to Castilla-la Mancha; the autonomous body of National Parks in Extremadura.
Puertos del Estado would move to Valencia; the Oceanographic Institute to Galicia; the Spanish Agency for Medicines and Health Products to Catalonia and the State Research Agency to Euskadi. Likewise, a Museum-Network of El Prado and Reina Sofía would be created, with offices in Murcia, Cantabria and Andalusia.