The vice president of the Consell, Mónica Oltra, leaves her position in the Valencian Government and her act as a deputy in the Corts Valencianes. The vice president of the Consell announced her decision this Tuesday, before starting the Compromís executive, that she should analyze the political impact of her accusation. The Valencian leader assures that she is leaving to “not compromise the change project” of the Botanical Pact, the government agreement of PSPV, Compromís and Unides Podem, and indicates that she “will not be the alibi” to kick Compromís out of the Government.
Ximo Puig, on the future of Mónica Oltra in the Government: “We cannot fail Valencian society”
The number two had communicated in the morning that he was not going to attend the meeting so as not to influence the decision of the party, which meets this Tuesday to analyze the political impact of the investigation, initiated by a complaint from the extreme right. Since the decision of the Superior Court of Justice to impute her for the management of her department in the case of abuse of a minor, for which her ex-husband has been convicted, was known, the leaders of the Valencian coalition have closed ranks to support her, but The pressure to demand his departure has not ceased.
Oltra has assured that he is leaving “with his head held high”, from the regional Executive and Parliament and has criticized the media ecosystem that “has created a climate” for this march to take place, referring to the information emanating from the Presidency of the Generalitat with a calendar for Compromís to decide on its political future. “The gentlemen sources, who have no job” are dedicated to feeding “a media ecosystem” so that “it becomes a reality”, a scenario that leads to “there being no choice” but to make the decision… The communication to the president of the Generalitat, Ximo Puig, on his departure, was made during the press conference. “I am not going to give the PSOE the alibi to take out the left-wing policies of the Botánico”, stressed the leader of Compromís. The message that she sends in this context, she points out, is that “policies cannot be made outside of neoliberal dogma.” “The message we convey is that the bad guys win,” she insisted.