Blasco PSPV criticism that "Zapatero has copied his penchant for change of opinion in five minutes".
The EPP group's spokesman in the Cortes, Rafael Blasco, has criticized the Valencian Socialists have "copied" the Prime Minister, Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, "his fondness for changing criteria every five minutes" in terms of financing.
In contrast, Blasco, who has expressed in these terms in a statement, stressed that the deputies 'popular' "continue striving and sticking up for the municipalities, putting on the table solutions to the serious, gaia online gold, situation experienced by municipalities.
The trustee has spoken so after the approval this week of a proposition of law not the 'popular' claiming "urgently" to urge the Central Government to the reform of local financing.
"First urge the Local Government Act, which has proven to be an oxygen bottle to enhance the delicate situation of the municipalities," said Blasi, who has, mortal gold, indicated that this legislation "is already bearing fruit, as demonstrated by studies pooling services and some councils are considering, "said Blasi.
Then, he added, "the Corts, unanimously endorsed a resolution proposal presented after the General Political Debate and asking, urgently, that the socialist government to ensure a new system of financing local stable. A proposal conto with, buy grand fantasia gold, the votes of the Socialist Group. "
However, he criticized that "the same as supporting the proposed resolution, close the door to future councils, first refusing to approve a Local Government Law who asked the consistory to socialism." "And the last episode of this fro we have seen this week, supporting the proposition, not law calling for a reform of local financing," he assured.
For the leader is popular, "This shows that Valencian Socialist Zapatero have been copied from your hobby due to changes in five minutes." In his view, "have no clear criteria on this important issue, we can not allow his unstable criterion changes adversely affecting the municipalities."
"The pendulum acting Socialist parliamentary group is not exactly the most suitable to generate illusions or expectations for this crisis of confidence that has generated the Zapatero government," she added.
However, said that "worse" is that "in this situation, we are seeing as the Socialists are staying idly waiting for their internal struggles subside and can maintain their positions in the lists and that they keeps thinking about the interests of Valencia. " "They're letting down all voters and to society in general, expected more responses from the opposition party, denounced Blasco.
In his opinion, "can not tolerate that, when municipalities are suffering a major crisis in history, the socialists are incapable of high-mindedness and siding with local councils."
Thus, he criticized that "tThis slash already grotesque case when in addition, this week, Rodriguez Zapatero has said in the Senate that was open to dialogue to reform local financing."