The president of the Junta de Andalucía, Susana Díaz, today called for an "opportunity" for the government to approve the budgets and has defended the legitimacy of the chief executive, Pedro Sánchez, to decide when he wants to call the citizens to the polls.
Speaking to reporters before appearing before the Senate committee that investigates the financing of political parties, has influenced that there is an opportunity to approve the accounts and has urged the reluctant to wait for the elections to defend their project and that Now let "Spain live better".
Asked if an extension of the budgets should lead to an electoral advance, she stressed that Sanchez has the "same prerogative" that she to call elections.
"He has been very respectful with me and I am going to be the same with him", assured Díaz, who misses those who are "wrapped in flags" and are "mouth-watering patriotillas", at the moment of truth " do not put your shoulder around Spain. "
"Spain needs expansive budgets" such as those presented by the Government, which will allow the country to "have oxygen" for the first time in years, according to the Andalusian president.