Mañueco assures that Castilla y León has a “useful and effective” government, at the forefront of “social rights”
The president of the Junta de Castilla y León, Alfonso Fernández Mañueco (PP), defended the “useful and effective” government he presides over and which places the community “at the forefront of social rights”. This was revealed by an act of the PP at the Colegio Arzobispo Fonseca in Salamanca on family and social policies, in which the national leader of the Popular Party, Alberto Núñez Feijóo participates and which was also attended by the deputy secretary of Social Affairs Policies and demographic challenge of the PP, Carmen Fúnez and third sector representatives.
Fernández Mañueco was tasked with opening the act, in which he recalled the data of the PP of Castilla y León in the last elections of May 28, when he obtained “a great victory” with “more votes than anyone else, more advisers than anyone , more mayors than anyone”.
Now, facing the next general elections, he has assured that the PP of the Community will give “their best” to help Núñez Feijóo reach Moncloa. “Count on us, count on Salamanca, count on Castilla y León,” questioned the national leader of the PP.
After that, Fernández Mañueco stressed that Castilla y León has “a useful and effective government” and that “the facts prove it”. “We have always been at the forefront, always at the forefront of social rights,” he continued.
Likewise, the leader of the Castilla y León PP indicated that “many things have been said” but that “the only reality” is that the Community continues to “grow in social rights” and “the fight against violence is been strengthened by chauvinism and the protection of families”.
The president of the region stressed that the PP maintains the “signs of identity” of its formation of “utility and efficiency at the service of the people” with a community that, in his words, is “at the top in social services and attention to addiction”.
Similarly, he reviewed the actions of the Giunta government, which, he added, has a “clear commitment to the most vulnerable”, such as the creation of “state-of-the-art residences already enjoyed by users” or the “guarantee of assistance throughout its vital project” for people with disabilities, as well as deepening measures such as housing help for young people or the “2000 ways” with free transport within rural areas. (EFE)