The secretary general of the PP, Teodoro García Egea, has accused the PSOE and Podemos on Tuesday of "breaking" the negotiations for a water pact by "subverting" the consensus that existed around the Tajo-Segura transfer, "getting scared" as well to the farmers of Murcia, Almería and Valencia.
This has been pronounced before this week is voted in the Congress of Deputies an opinion promoted by PSOE and Podemos – which will serve as the basis for the new law on Climate Change – which argues that "we must resize the transfers and that the Cuenca del Segura must readjust its water needs ".
Speaking to reporters after visiting the stand of the Murcia region at the fair of the horticultural sector 'Fruit Attraction', Garcia Egea said that the PSOE and Podemos have "broken" the consensus that existed on the national agreement on water for that this issue is not a "throwing weapon".
After ensuring that the PP defends a memorandum in which the transfer is governed by "objective rules" that "no politician" can alter, the 'number two' of the PP has charged against the steps of the PSOE and Podemos in that opinion to be voted in the subcommittee on climate change.
"I come to this fair concerned because the PSOE and Podemos have proposed breaking the consensus that existed around the memorandum made by the PP They intend to subvert that consensus around the Tajo-Segura transfer and put fear and uncertainty to thousands of farmers in Murcia, Almeria and Valencia ".
Therefore, he has asked those parties to "reconsider" their position because the conclusions of that climate change subcommission are an "affront" to thousands of farmers who, "with the sweat of their brow, transform the water that takes them into wealth , well-being and future. "
THE PP, "DIQUE DE CONENCIÓN"
Garcia Egea, who is a deputy for Murcia in the Congress, has stressed that the PP will make a "dam" in the face of this attempt by PSOE and Podemos to "break" the consensus and interterritoial solidarity that "has always existed" in Spain.
Likewise, García Egea has asked the president of the Junta de Andalucía, Susana Díaz, if she supports ending that consensus around the Tajo-Segura transfer that "so much wealth" generates on the Andalusian coast. "Susana Díaz is going to return to hide when there are uncomfortable questions or is going to disavow something that is detrimental to Andalusia? ", has challenged her.
In the same way, he has asked the Andalusian president if he agrees with the leader of Podemos, Pablo Iglesias, go to jail to negotiate with the leader of ERC, Oriol Junqueras, the investments in the budgets for Andalusia and other regions of Spain. Spain.