The president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, has described as “humiliation and disloyalty” for all the “good spanish“what does the dialogue table that the Government of Spain maintains this Wednesday with the “Catalan independentists“
This is how Ayuso communicated it during his speech at a conference on Responsible Computing, organized by IBM after the President of the Government, today, Pedro Sanchez, and his counterpart from the Generalitat, Pere Aragonès, inaugurate the new stage of the dialogue table.
That “table” of the Government with the independentistas is a disloyalty with the Spanish, a humiliation, a blackmail to which we must not give in.
Madrid cares about Spain. pic.twitter.com/ChZ2xNa25K
– Isabel Díaz Ayuso (@IdiazAyuso) September 15, 2021
“A table that not only dynamites institutional stability, but also supposes a national disloyalty, a humiliation for the Spanish of good and a path that is ruining many business projects“.
Despite exhibiting his usual belligerence with the Central Executive, Ayuso wanted to underline “the loyalty of the Government of the Community of Madrid with the Government of the Nation to ensure the institutional stability“: “Madrid cares about Catalonia and Madrid cares about Spain“.
That does not mean, of course, that the Madrid president is willing to accept that “give in to the blackmail of those who intend to break the country” or, “worse still, continue to allow citizens to be treated. first or second in function of where they were born, what language they speak or their political leanings“.
In addition, the head of the regional Executive has predicted that these meetings will not turn out well because “every time they ask for more, more linguistic control or reject an airport“.” This is not the way, “he has settled.
And it is that compared to the Catalan model, the latest measure of the Community of Madrid intends to abound in the fiscal policies that have allowed the region’s GDP to grow by 31.7% in the last year (12 points above the average national) or that forecast “a growth of almost 8,300 million euros and 2,500 jobs for the next few years as a result of investment in data centers, “said Ayuso.