The Andalusian Government criticizes “fait accompli” policy in crisis management

The Andalusian counselor for the Presidency, Public Administration and Interior, Elías Bendodo, endorsed this Sunday the extension of the state of alarm for another fifteen days and the relief of confinement in minors, but he criticized the “fait accompli policy” by the Executive central.

“What cannot be is that the meetings of the Conference of Presidents become a fait accompli policy,” he said in an interview on Onda Cero, in which he complained that these meetings are “to inform the press conference of the previous day “of the Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez.

In his opinion, the “reasonable” thing is for the Conference of Presidents to meet on Friday, to agree on the issues with the regional presidents and for the president to appear before the citizens the following day.

Regarding the extension of the state of alarm, he considered that it is necessary “until there is practically zero risk, we all have to continue with precautions”, although he has defended that the measures of lack of confidence “begin with Andalusia”, where the data from the evolution of the crisis are “good”.

“We must react, we cannot wait for the virus to set the pace for us,” he added.

He has also supported the relief of lack of confinement for children, something that some presidents, including that of Andalusia, Juanma Moreno, had already raised, although he stressed that it must be done “with guarantees”.


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