Julio Pérez denies the dismantling of self-government and highlights co-governance

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The Minister of Public Administrations, Justice and Security, has affirmed that the key to the Statute of Autonomy is not so much in the competences as in the rights of citizens

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The Minister of Public Administrations, Julio Pérez, has denied this Tuesday that, as the deputy of the Nationalist group Socorro Beato has said, a
dismantling of self-government, and has highlighted that the management of health and volcanic crisis has valued co-governance.

Julio Pérez, who has appeared at the request of the Nationalist group (CC-PNC-AHI) to talk about the measures adopted for the development of the Statute of Autonomy of the Canary Islands, has assured that dismantling is a set phrase, and has asked that no they worry because there are conflicts with «Madrid» and yes of the result of the same.

The Minister of Public Administrations, Justice and Security, has stated that the key to the Statute of Autonomy is not so much in the competences as in the rights of citizens, and has referred to the transfer of competences in costs to comment that the difference between what is offered and what is requested is around one million euros.

The Canarian Government, Julio Pérez has continued, does not want to accept a transfer that is poorly endowed because it has lived without it and it will be possible to live a little more without having it.

The deputy of the Canarian Nationalist group Socorro Beato explained that
when he talks about the dismantling of self-government, he refers to issues such as the fact that the central government has forgotten to apply the 15 percent corporate taxas well as the fact that the Canary Islands have had to resort to the courts in defense of their audiovisual productions.

He has also alluded to the transfer of powers in matters of coasts, and has assured that there are many sectors that are waiting for the regional government to say when they will be assumed, for which he has asked that they be assumed "unambiguously and without conditions"

Socorro Beato has insisted that the central government acts with contempt and disregard for the Canarian executive and, as an example, stated that the president of the Canary Islands, Ángel Víctor Torres, had announced that the bilateral commission would meet on February 23 to discuss issues such as skills, immigration, roads.

He added that one day before that date, the Spanish government called off the meeting alleging lack of content, and also spoke of the danger of dismantling the self-government with the
"Continuous attacks" on the Economic and Fiscal Regime (REF) and the Statute of Autonomy.

The deputy of the Mixed group Ricardo Fernández de la Puente, of Citizens, has indicated that the Statute of Autonomy must respond to the needs of the islands, and has pointed out that the central government devalues ​​both the Economic and Fiscal Regime and the statute.

Melodie Mendoza, from the Agrupación Socialista Gomera (ASG), has said that the most important law and the transfer of powers are being discussed again, and has indicated that
andhe central government tries to cut the Economic and Fiscal Regime.

Manuel Marrero, from Sí Podemos Canarias, has emphasized the rights of citizenship that are included in the Statute of Autonomy, as well as
in the advances that have occurred in relation to what has happened in autonomy that were in the forefront from the beginning, and has opined that it has been improved.

The deputy from Nueva Canarias, Luis Campos, expressed his deep pride that with the new
Statute of Autonomy, the Canarian Government has been able to legislate by decree law, which has made it possible to act in crises such as that of the coronavirus and the eruption of the volcano in La Palma.

He also stressed that with the new statute it is possible to act on issues such as citizen income, but, he commented, it is also the transfer of powers to advance self-government and in this section he pointed out that we must be vindictive because
"They are obliged to give up their powers."

Australia Navarro, from the Popular group, has said that compliance with the Statute of Autonomy leaves much to be desired, so that the Canarian executive
“has failed” by not getting the Spanish government to comply in four yearsand has opined that they are signs of the lack of relevance of the president of the Canary Islands, Ángel Víctor Torres.

The deputy of the Popular group has stated that the counselor Julio Pérez
“does not know or hides” transfers of powers to other autonomous communities have been approved.

Nira Fierro, from the Socialist group, has pointed out that the regional government
act wisely so that the transfers are made with sufficient means.

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