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The PSOE is preparing motions in all city councils as a counterattack to the "no" from the PP to the deficit objectives

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The PSOE is preparing motions in all city councils as a counterattack to the "no" from the PP to the deficit objectives

The PSOE seeks to counterattack the PP after it seeks to show its strength in the Senate with its siege of the amnesty and the General State Budgets.

The PP voted against the deficit targets last week, which the Government immediately took it upon itself to denounce would mean that the autonomies and city councils will have 4.5 billion euros less to be able to spend in 2024, since those who will set the design of the budgets are those that were sent to the European Commission in April and were more restrictive. The popular ones consummated their “no” to the Government because they made a series of requests that the Treasury rejected, such as lower taxes and greater spending capacity for the autonomies compared to the State.

In response, the socialists announce that they will launch initiatives to denounce the PP’s negative vote in the Senate on the spending ceiling. “Let the PP explain why it has taken away the right of the 48 million Spaniards to have more public investments that make their lives easier,” claimed the secretary of the Institutional Area and Large Cities of the CEF, Alfonso Rodríguez Gómez de Celis from Ferraz. They also promise to go to the Spanish Federation of Municipalities and Provinces in the face of its president’s refusal to vote in favor of the spending ceiling in the Senate. These initiatives involve presenting motions throughout the country in both city councils and regional parliaments to urge the PP to censure the vote against its party at the national level.

“We cannot understand that the PP and Feijóo refuse to allow city councils to increase their investments. Fewer resources mean fewer rights,” he criticized. “If what they intend is to destabilize the Government, they are not going to succeed. There will be budgets and we will have a legislature for a while, the next four years,” the socialist spokesperson guaranteed while criticizing the PP for voting against the deficit objectives.

Once the amnesty is approved this week in Congress, the Government will get moving to carry out the General State Budgets. In the PSOE they deny that the current legislature is even more complex and recognize that they have had “a complex reality in Congress” for five years where, they insist, “it is necessary to negotiate.”

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