Herrera, willing to contemplate a restructuring of the debt ordered, insists on equity for all
- The president of the Junta de Castilla y Leon, Juan Vicente Herrera, has been willing to contemplate an orderly and equitable restructuring of the debt as his counterpart in Galicia, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, has stated, although he has clarified that first we should know what it is understood by fair and orderly restructuring based on the conviction that "words" are not usually neutral.
In this way, the president of Castilla y León has spoken to journalists' questions at the press conference following the signing of an agreement with the governments of Galicia, Asturias and Aragon in defense of the common interests of these four autonomous communities in the region. that 7.5 million inhabitants live and represent 36 percent of the territory of the country, as they have meant.
Herrera has not hidden his concern about the campaign to classify the autonomous communities between underfinanced and over-financed and has insisted on the demand of Castilla y León for a model of regional financing that guarantees the 'status quo' and in which all territories come out gaining from a greater endowment of resources that reinforces the sufficiency of the model both in the initial moment and in the dynamics of the future. He has also expressed his concern and concern in the event that the resources of the autonomous financing model are not finally increased.
The president of the Junta of Castilla y León has also recognized the importance of the Minister of Finance, Cristóbal Montoro, having "fallen off his horse on his way to Damascus", in reference to the resignation of some strips that, as he has warned, the Castilian Government will not "consent" as they would harm the compliant territories, among which has included the four signatories, and would involve cheating the solitaire.
"We are no longer taking off, we are ready to contemplate the state of affairs," Herrera continued, waiting to see what formula is proposed to help the autonomous communities. "If there is a formula, which is fair for all," he has ruled that he recalled that the less indebted communities have left a greater gap so that those who could not make ends meet asked the State for help.
In this sense, the president of Galicia has defended that the four signatory communities have been very supportive with the rest of the country since they have had to ask for less money to the State to arrive at the end of the month and have refused to comply and to fail to have at the end the same consequences since having respected the rules of the deficit has also meant taking measures and decisions in the solidarity territories.
"Complying can not be harmed," said Núñez Feijóo who has warned that, otherwise, will go to a system where no one will comply with a consequent global problem for all. The Galician president has highlighted the seriousness in the management of the governments of Castilla y León, Galicia, Asturias and Aragon with the result of a public debt "quite inferior" to the rest of the country and has ensured that if all had controlled the deficit equally, There would be problem of fiscal consolidation.
Núñez Feijóo has also appealed to the concept of loyalty to the State of Autonomies that, as he has clarified, is not a question of militancy to one political party or another, as the four autonomous presidents (two from the PP and two from the PSOE) have demonstrated. the agreement signed this Monday in Leon, but of "coherence" convinced that they are part of a "one unit" for what he sees as unfair to make general cause of the "excesses" of a few.
In terms of the future, the Galician president has aspired to a model based on survival and multilateralism that takes into account the effective cost of services, with a view to health with a differentiation of the population over 65 years of age and with forks of 70 and 75 years and those older than 85 years since the cost of this "essential service" has a direct and immediate relationship with the age of the beneficiary.
Francisco Javier Lambán explained that the agreement signed on Monday is inspired by the concept of a country that is difficult to refute, at least explicitly, within his party, and has advocated at all times to move within the Council of Fiscal Policy and Financial (CPFF).
For his part, the Asturian president has called for an "analytical accounting of costs" so that essential services are similar in Spain as determined by the Constitution and has demanded a strong commitment between federalism and solidarity to promote equality among citizens.
Fernandez has also admitted that, at least since 1993, all the reforms of the financing systems have been conditioned by Catalonia, which ultimately has not served any since they all seemed insufficient. For this reason, he has insisted on thinking in terms of solidarity based on the conviction that what unites a country is the territory rather than the flags.
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