Saturday, May 28

Moreno justifies a possible electoral advance in June: “We need to have our hands untied”

The president of the Junta de Andalucía, Juanma Moreno, has defended this Saturday that the date of possible elections in June has been proposed “thinking of the Andalusians and the community”.

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“We need to have our hands untied to make decisions with determination and courage and to be able to save this complex situation,” said the president in statements to Canal Sur Radio, collected by Europa Press, who has been in Malaga this day attending the transfer of the Captive to the Civil Hospital of said locality.

Thus, he has indicated that he has been governing “nine months in the minority” and “with extended budgets”, something that “limits us a lot”, added to the fact that we are experiencing “a moment with so much inflation and economic turbulence”.

“I want a strong, solid and capable government, something that is important for me and for Andalusians”, he concluded.

Moreno opened the door this Wednesday to call the next Andalusian regional elections to be held in June with the aim of not continuing with the current 2021 Extended Budgets and approving new ones after the elections that allow better dealing with the current economic scenario , marked by the continued rise in prices.

However, Moreno pointed out that his “wish” continues to be that the Andalusian elections, scheduled in any case for this year 2022, be “after the summer”, but he has admitted that there are two “open scenarios”, that of the elections were in June or “early October”.