The Presidents of the Canary Islands, Fernando Clavijo and Galicia, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, have made a common front on Wednesday to demand that the government not harm its citizens due to the fact that their governments have managed the accounts in a "serious and rigorous" manner. public.
Both leaders have appeared in a press conference after a work meeting during the last two days in which they have addressed issues of common interest, such as health and the situation of emigrants in Venezuela, as well as those who want to return to Spain.
However, the main issue has been focused on financing and "discriminatory" treatment, they have coincided in pointing out that the Executive exempts these two autonomous communities, which have called themselves "compliant" with the different spending rules, limit of deficit and debt, payment to suppliers and showing a surplus, compared to the rest of the "non-compliant" communities
So much do they observe that there is an unequal treatment that the Galician president has proposed "if a loop is to be put" that identifies those communities that comply with the norms and "the law" and has been willing to agree on color, he said in Allusion to the controversy over this symbol in Catalonia.
Núñez Feijóo has estimated in 825 million euros the "breaches" of the Government with Galicia, which has shelled 125 million euros of surplus that can not be spent; 200 million for a monthly payment of VAT income from the previous year committed and not received; 330 million interim deliveries not received between January and March and the lack of authorization to spend 170 million euros from the negative settlement of previous years.
The Canarian president has estimated in 300 million euros the surplus of the Canary Islands in 2018 and has indicated that, in addition, his community has recognized a payment of almost 1,000 million euros for previous breaches that does not occur either.