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Vox asks to dismiss deputy ministers in Madrid and appoint three in Castile and León

This Thursday, Vox presented to the Madrid Assembly the Ayuso government’s initiative to downsize its “apparently oversized” structure and eliminate the number of its deputy advisers. The proposal, which was not implemented and was not binding, came just days after the far-right party appointed three deputy councilors in Castile and León, drawing the attention of all groups in the Madrid chamber. “Senseless”, “demagogy”, “incoherent” or “staging”, they were attacked by the rest of the groups, including the PP.

“The other day we introduced the PNL to reduce the number of deputies,” began Vox spokesman Iñigo Henriques de Luna, who asked the Ayuso executive to “keep this line” because “when the government has a strict policy, society is more prosperous.” . “Community budgets are already dead paper,” he said after rising oil prices, inflation and energy. In this context, he demanded that the regional government do “what families, companies and everyone with a minimum of common sense do in a similar situation, which is to reduce unnecessary expenses,” he said.

The request comes six days after the Official Gazette of Castilla y León, where oil, inflation and energy prices have also risen, published the organic structure of a new coalition government between PP and Vox, with Abascal having three deputies. council offices. “There is a ministry in Castile and León that doesn’t have deputies, but they are from the People’s Party,” conservative Pedro Muñoz Abrines reminded Vox, saying the initiative “doesn’t make sense.” The spokesman for the far right, who supported the Community government in approving whatever it needed, by action or inaction, expressed regret that the PP had not submitted any amendments to reduce rather than eliminate vice-ministries.

“Accept this legal offer, get in the car with Rocio Monasterio, show it to García Gallardo and tell him to apply it to him,” said Más Madrid spokesman Eduardo Fernandez Rubinho, who believed that the initiative was everything just trying to get into the headlines. “Neither in investiture, nor in budgets, nor in laws, do they do anything other than bow their heads and bow before the hoop that Lady Ayuso systematically puts on them. We would like you to someday show that you are more than a rag of the Ayuso government,” he snapped.

The liquidation of deputy ministers is not the only thing Vox demanded this Thursday in the Assembly. In the Community of Madrid, according to Henriques de Luna, there are 21 deputy advisers, 136 management positions, 140 deputy directors general and 241 temporary employees, of which 143 are advisers. His initiative also included a 30 per cent reduction in the number of councillors, and the abolition of directorates general and sub-departments without an administrative structure, which were in charge of at least two lower-ranking divisions.

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This proposal seemed to United We Can “very curious.” “They always talk about the volume of positions, but never talk about individual remuneration. Don’t they want to reduce what is publicly available?” asks Jacinto Morano. From the rostrum, a spokesman reminded Vox that “they increased the number of vice ministerial positions (in Castile and León) when I expected them to be eliminated” and accused the party of overcoming “every problem” by keeping the vice ministerial. – presidency “without powers”. The first far-right vice president in Spain’s democratic government, Juan Garcia-Gagliardo, has appointed two CEOs. “One is called coordination and social interaction, and the other is relations for civil society, but if you do not have competencies, then why? Drink coffee with civil society?” Morano asked.

“The moment you can handle budgets in the Community of Madrid, make it a condition,” Morano said, announcing that his group would vote in favor of the initiative. “Since this is a bit of a stage play, since Mr. Canto is in politics, let’s dedicate ourselves to acting,” he said.

“It is difficult for me to support this initiative,” assured Socialist spokesman José Luis García Sanchez, who recalled that “Vox gave (PP) to the government in exchange for nothing” and that “they approved the budget with virtually no amendment.”. He also recalled that they did not oppose the Spanish office of Tony Canto, whose name appeared throughout the debate. “His boss at the national level is the head of the beach bars,” he said of Santiago Abascala, because, as he understands, “they don’t oppose Mrs. Ayuso’s beach bars.”

“This initiative is full of demagogy because the words do not correspond to reality,” accused the MP, who accused the far-right party of placing “the vase of the vice president in Castile and León.” “Do you know what they cut in Castile and León? In parliament, cut the opposition so that it cannot be controlled,” he said.


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