Brussels, 21 Nov (EFE). - The president of the Junta de Andalucía, Susana Díaz, has urged the head of the Government, Mariano Rajoy, to raise as soon as possible a proposal on the new model of autonomic financing, and has apostille: "It would be intolerable, an outrage, that does not keep his word."
"It would be intolerable that he did not fulfill what he signed with all presidents autonomic that we were in the Conference of Presidents, it would be an outrage that now miss his word, I do not even want to think about it, "he said in statements to reporters during his visit official to Brussels.
He stressed that he expects and demands that he "comply with his word as soon as possible" and submit a proposal "immediately" to the Fiscal and Financial Policy Council (CPFF), which guarantee financial sufficiency for the maintenance of public services.
"You have to keep your word, put a model on the table and submit it to debate, it is not a receipt that does not I have done it yet, "he insisted.
Asked if he believes it is a good time to negotiate the Basque quota, he has indicated that the" reasonable "is that it be done" in parallel "and that the end of the year without a new financing model. it does not go from auctions, you can not play with the financing of the autonomous communities. "
" It must negotiate in parallel, at the same time, because it is what citizens deserve and what that is fair ", reflected Díaz, who added that the autonomous communities must have the" guarantee "that there will not be a new extension of the financing model, which Andalusia "costs 850 million euros each time."
For this reason, he has called on Rajoy to "put the batteries" to the Finance Minister, Cristóbal Montoro, so that a proposal before the end of the year.
Interpellated on the mobilizations carried out by citizens of various communities claiming fair financing and discarding them in Andalusia, has limited itself to indicate that the Government has to do "its task" and not "make the partridge dizzy".
"It has to put on the table a proposal that guarantees the financial sufficiency of all the autonomous communities;