SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, 29 Apr. (EUROPE PRESS) –
The president of the Popular Party of the Canary Islands and candidate for the Presidency of the autonomous Government, Manuel Domínguez, has affirmed that his formation in the Islands “perceives the desire for change that the citizens of the Archipelago demand” and that in the face of “negligence and disastrous management ” of the Torres Executive during the last four years “the PP presents itself as the real alternative of government”.
Manuel Domínguez expressed himself like this in La Palma, during his speech at the presentation ceremony of the popular candidacy for Los Llanos de Aridane City Council, in which the national deputy secretary for Regional and Local Coordination of the PP, Pedro Rollán; the insular president of the PP and candidate for the Presidency of the Palmero Cabildo, Mariano Zapata; and the former president of the Government and the PP, Mariano Rajoy.
The PP candidate for the Presidency of the regional government assured that, given the serious problems the Archipelago is going through, “the Canary Islands need a change of political course; a change that only goes through the Popular Party to reverse the failure generated by Ángel Víctor Torres and his partners in health, housing, social rights or in the primary sector”.
In a different order of things, Manuel Domínguez had words of appreciation for the work carried out by the colleagues of the PP of La Palma during and after the recent volcanic eruption: “They have been a great example, and of this the popular family in the Canary Islands and in The rest of Spain is very proud. It is the most evident example of the commitment that we acquired with society at very critical moments, of the true vocation of service that the men and women of the PP have and of how we know how to manage”.
“Mariano Zapata, from the Cabildo, and Noelia García Leal, from the Los Llanos de Aridane City Council, as well as the rest of the public and organic positions of our party on the Island have been by the side of the palmera society in the most adverse moments , showing unity, integrity, nobility and an exceptional capacity for dedication and sacrifice”, highlighted the president of the popular of the Canary Islands.
He added that now that “the media spotlights have gone out, now that the promises of immediate aid for the recovery of the Island and urgently attend to the needs of those who lost everything during the volcanic eruption fade in time, the PP of La Palma continues at the foot of the canyon, giving everything, managing responsibly, how could it be otherwise, showing its face, providing solutions and lending a hand to those who need it most”.
In this regard, the candidate for the Presidency of the Island Council, Mariano Zapata, indicated that they are “people of their word” and comply, and showed his conviction that the PP will be “the most voted force” in La Palma on May 28 : “We have the best candidates for mayoralty in the 14 municipalities of the Island, for the Island Council and for the Autonomous Parliament, where Manuel Domínguez will have the opportunity to demonstrate that another way of governing is possible and that the Islands and their inhabitants They have a future.”
Zapata also praised the work carried out by Noelia García Leal and her team of councilors over the last four years, and especially during the volcanic crisis: “I am convinced that she is not only the best mayor of La Palma or the Canary Islands, also one of the best in all of Spain, and there is little to say in reference to his dedication and management capacity, which the entire country has witnessed”.
“A REAL, POSITIVE AND SERENE CHANGE”
Pedro Rollán, National Vice-Secretary for Regional and Local Coordination, and the former President of the Government and of the PP, Mariano Rajoy, coincided in highlighting the importance of the upcoming elections in order for “real change to take place in the Canary Islands and in the rest of Spain, positive and serene.
Rollán indicated that it will be the opportunity to “give an open letter” to the good and “make an amendment to the totality” to everything that has remained in the current legislature: “Sánchez, having the greatest economic and budgetary capacity in the democratic history of our country, far from adding, has failed and far from betting, it has subtracted. Therefore, next May we have a unique opportunity to mark a new starting line in town halls, councils and autonomous communities”.
For his part, Mariano Rajoy highlighted the “worth and dedication” of Noelia García Leal and Mariano Zapata: “They have been in battle doing the possible and the impossible, doing everything in their power and much more. When situations occur like the one that has affected La Palma recently, the authorities must act with generosity, diligence and speed to solve the problems of the people, and that is what García Leal and Zapata have done from the first minute”.
A MUNICIPALITY WITH OPPORTUNITIES FOR EVERYONE.
During her speech, the candidate for Mayor of Los Llanos de Aridane, Noelia García Leal, highlighted her commitment to a municipality with opportunities for all, in which the agricultural sector continues to be a fundamental piece, together with trade and tourism, “key sectors for the development of our economy and for employment,” he added.
García Leal added that their objective is focused on continuing to promote Los Llanos de Aridane to continue being a benchmark in the cultural and sports spheres, and assured that they will work to carry out numerous projects that the residents demand, projects that “will allow us to continue advancing “, said.
Among them, he highlighted the remodeling of the municipal market and the viewpoint of La Montaña, the rehabilitation of the old prison and the residence for the elderly in Los Llanos de Aridane.
Lastly, Noelia García Leal announced her wish is “to be mayor of all citizens, of a municipality where people are above ideology, leading a team of women and men who have the commitment to be close to neighbors and meet their real needs” “What we have experienced in recent months forces us to be different, to understand politics in another way,” he concluded.