The president of the PP in Totana, Isabelle Nau, expressed his opposition to the Prime Minister's Office, José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, "simply put your hand into the pockets of Murcia and totaneros" after the tax increases announced .
The PP is its rejection of the intentions of the central executive, while he has criticized "the damage that can make that higher taxes on already depleted the economies of the citizens."
Nau noted in a statement that the "unfortunate" recipes Rodríguez Zapatero "only get worse unemployment and the deficit" and lamented that since the ruling Socialist Party, "has gone all in reference to the rising price of diesel , gasoline, electricity, food and, in the case of the Region of Murcia especially bleeding, water. "
The popular president in Totana has said that "the fact that we raise taxes Zapatero is less savings, less consumption, less employment, less investment, more deficits and, therefore, more unemployment," and said that "no wonder that given the recipes of President Zapatero to overcome the crisis, Spain is at the tail of European unemployment. "
Nau has reiterated that his party will call the new political course for the Municipal Group in the management priorities of the Government in the city of Totana is based on "fighting the crisis and recovery work in the family economy following the line set by the government of President Valcárcel.
Also referred to Zapatero's announcement that the government will defer by one year the debt of municipalities in the state, noting that "re-establish impromptu decisions, some serious and rigorous in which nothing ever explains how , when or where to get this funding, "so it has required" to review the local funding model. "
All subsidies, he added, "they end up falling into debt over to Spain", in fact, had an impact, "we believe that decisions have already indebted to the third next generation of Spanish, which does not solve anything in economic policy."
According to the popular, "municipalities have a moral obligation to be now closer than ever, families are faring particularly poorly. It is providing tremendous social benefits from the consistory, but social spending has skyrocketed, and yet Zapatero has not taken a single measure to assist them. "
Nau pointed out that "Zapatero in his inaugural speech and the electoral program promised to address the reform of local finance joint and parallel with the revision of the regional" but "has not been so, and this is another failure more. "
Source: PP Totana. Foto: archivo Totana.com