Interview with Laura Garrido (PP) today, May 13, 2022, on Radio Euskadi


The general secretary of the Basque PP calls on the Lehendakari to use the “very valuable tool”, the Economic Agreement, to lower taxes, criticizing the fact that the Basque government is installed “in self-indulgence, conformism and victimization”.

Euskaraz irakurri: “Euskadik bere erakargarritasuna galdu du”, Garridoren hitzetan

The general secretary of the Basque PP, Laura Garridoassures that Euskadi is no longer “the land of welcome everyone wanted to go to” and that “has lost its appealas the businessmen pointed out”, referring to the Zedarriak report, which warned of the loss of leadership of the Basque Autonomous Community (CAV). “It is no longer that they do not come, but that those from here leave “, regrets by.

In an interview to the Radio Euskadi program “Boulevard”, the also parliamentarian of the PP+Cs coalition maintained that “it is striking that the PNV does not use the economic concert“, a tool he has described as “valuable”, “at a time when businessmen need companies to be competitive and attract investment” to employees and entrepreneurs”.

Garrido has thus questioned himself by the announced intention of the President of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, to “Galicianize the Basque PP”. As he has defended, the leader of the PP “wants to transfer his management model, since it an example is because it neutralizes nationalism, Vox and Podemos and puts the citizen at the center.” However, it clarified that the model “takes care of the idiosyncrasies and particularities of each community”, which in Euskadi’s case go through the Economic Agreement.

Asked about the Lehendakari’s request to be more proactive, Garrido defended that “to ask for trust, you have to earn it” and criticized the fact that the Basque government is “installed in the complacency, conformism and victimization”while asking for “more self-criticism, because they ask for it”.

Finally, he spoke out in favor of the decision to amazon of us not to settle in Oiartzun (Gipuzkoa), something with which “we all lose”, as he has said. He assures that the reasons must be analysed, which he has separated from the pressure exerted by the small businesses in the town of Gipuzkoa, pointing out that the Basque government “has its powers there, since it would be necessary to to reconcile dimensions of the economy” to generate attractive.

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Source: EITB


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