The president of the Junta de Andalucía, Susana Díaz, has indicated today in relation to the possibility that the leader of Podemos, Pablo Iglesias, may act as an "ambassador" of the Government before the leader of ERC, Oriol Junqueras, that "no one is legitimized to speak on behalf of the Executive ".
Speaking to reporters in Palos (Huelva), he has shown his agreement with the president of Asturias, Javier Fernández, who has rejected today that Iglesias can assume that role, and has made it clear that "the Government speaks the Government and nobody is legitimized to do it ".
"It is one thing to negotiate the budgets as Iglesias has done and another to arrogate to you what is the interlocution that the Government of Spain must have," he said.
In his opinion, "there has been a lot of imposture for wanting to overact so that citizens begin to forget other stages in which it was not for the usefulness of politics and that overacting has been a bit excessive."
Despite this, has indicated that the central government and its president, Pedro Sanchez, "are very clear that in the name of the Government does not negotiate anyone."
On the other hand, the president of the Junta de Andalucía has referred to the confirmation by the Tax Agency that the mortgage taxes depend on the autonomous communities and they are the ones that have to deal with them, indicating that the tax agency autonomic, in contact with legal services are analyzing "with great rigor" the ruling of the Supreme Court on these taxes and see what are the consequences.
"As soon as you have the information, it will be moved with total transparency, because I believe that is what the citizens demand and our responsibility," he said.