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The Valencian president asks to resolve the “water deficit” and “underfinancing” whereas interesting to “equality” between communities

Carlos Maz
Carlos Mazn, throughout his speech on the Santa Bárbara citadel in Alicante.E.M.
  • Hacienda Valencia calls for 1,500 million yearly from the Government so long as it doesn’t reform the financing system

Carlos Mazn needed to play it protected to say goodbye to 2023 along with his first message of End of Ao. The Valencian president has left the Palau de la Generalitat in Valencia to decide on his metropolis because the setting, Alicante, in an setting of particular symbolism. In it Santa Barbara Castleand along with his fetish tie: the one with the purple Elda heels that the socialist mayor gave him Rubn Potter. He wore it at his inauguration and wore it once more this Friday to ship a warning to the Government of Spain: “Everything that can be denied us we will claim.”

In these phrases the president of the Generalitat has expressed himself, though he has not expressly cited Pedro Sánchez’s Executive, he has put amongst his priorities the answer to the “water deficit” or the “underfinancing” of the Valencian Community. Two points which have targeted in current months on the Valencian agenda of confrontation with the Government, which is blamed for slicing the Tajo-Segura switch – particularly dangerous to the pursuits of Alicante irrigators – and for blocking the reform of the financing system. autonomous The Consell, in actual fact, introduced this week that it’ll ask the State for a short lived leveling fund with 1,500 million euros yearly till the change of a mannequin that harms the Valencian coffers arrives.

Mazín, nonetheless, has assured that the declare by the Valencian Government will probably be made “with rigor, with a State perspective, without privileges.” In a considerably veiled manner, he has criticized the favorable remedy that communities equivalent to Catalonia o Basque Country: “We are committed to equality. With that of each Valencian and with that of the rest of the territories.” The Valencian calls for, subsequently, have been framed within the goal of “preventing there from being first or second class citizens.”

Mazn, who was promoted to president of the Generalitat after his pact with Vox, has taken benefit of a 2023 of “profound changes.” “But there is no change in the Valencian Community that has not been encouraged by the good sense of its citizens, by the search for balance,” she insisted. In truth, and even supposing the opposition of PSOE and Comproms has described the Consell as “ultra”, Mazón has identified that “when the extremes lose their time and space, the Valencian Community will be an example of balance.”

“Insist as many times as necessary so that in the Valencian Community these years are not years of quarrels,” he acknowledged, including that “when so much error ends, we will already be settled in common sense.” “When disunity no longer has a hearing, we can be an example of understanding,” she acknowledged.

Finally, he has put the Valencian Community for instance of a “space free of violence”, though with out expressly citing the gender or sexist violence that his authorities accomplice, Vox, denies. “I want to remember all those women who will not be able to be with us, victims of the violence that is exercised against them,” he lamented.

It did not take lengthy for his phrases to be attacked from the ranks of the opposition. For him PSOE, a speech “empty of content and full of empty words” that “shows that they have no project and that they are a short parenthesis that will end sooner rather than later.” For Compromsa message “hypocritical because it talks about dialogue when it imposes cuts.”