The waste of the Government of Pedro Sánchez in the Universal Exhibition of Dubai 2020 -which is being held now- is not limited to the more than 11 million euros disbursed in the start-up of the Pavilion progress, of which OKDIARIO has informed through about twenty public contracts consulted. Specifically, the Total budget of this representation, from its preparations in recent years to the development of the activity between last October 1 and next March 31, amounts to 32 million euros.
This was revealed by the Social Communist Executive last year in a parliamentary response to the vox group, third force of the hemicycle. Specifically, the spokesperson for Culture of the formation of Santiago Abascal, Jose Ramirez del Rio, and other colleagues asked the Government for the amount allocated to the Spanish participation in the Dubai Expo after the new dates of celebration were known after the postponement of the event due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Given this, Moncloa replied that the public company Acción Cultural Española “organizes the participation of Spain in Expo Dubai 2020 with a budget of 32 million euros.” Acción Cultural Española is the public society by which “the State implements the Spanish presence in international events of special relevance”, including universal exhibitions, art biennials or other similar events.
This body was led by the Socialist MEP Iban García del Blanco until 2020 and then the former PSOE deputy assumed command José Andrés Torre Mora, Chief of Staff of José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero before he arrived at La Moncloa.
Likewise, Vox was also interested through another parliamentary question written in Congress about the administration of said amount. «How do you intend to distribute the funds assigned for the participation of Spain in Expo Dubai 2020? “, said Ramírez, MP for Córdoba.
In this case, the PSOE-Podemos Government affirmed that “the allocation of funds for the development of Spain’s participation in the Dubai Expo 2020 includes items for its design, construction and production of the Spanish Pavilion, programming and general operation, in addition to the charges for the purposes of the Value Added Tax (VAT) accrued and adjusted ».
In addition, the reply added that the “construction” and “production” of the Pavilion during its operation until March 31 “represents more than 59% of the funds allocated.” Although the Government did not offer any further details, for example how much money has been run to date or a breakdown of each of the assigned items.
Worship of the 2030 Agenda
The Minister of Culture and Sports, Miquel Iceta, visited the Spanish pavilion last November, assessing its “capacity” to “concentrate cultural heritage and, in part, also what has united us with the Arab world for so long.” . He also stated that the project offers “an overview of how much Spain is contributing to innovation, to sustainability policies and what we want to continue doing.
The Spanish flag is a cult of globalist ideology of the 2030 Agenda to the detriment of the country’s identity signs, its values and traditions. The image of Spain, its symbols and its international potential are diluted between mantras of socialcommunism such as “sustainability”, “inclusion”, “egalitarianism” or “resilience”.
Likewise, Iceta pointed out that “given the budgets we manage, it has been good performance » to the pavilion, he stressed, avoiding giving figures. The President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, is expected to visit the Pavilion on February 2 and preside over the events scheduled for Spain Day at the Expo.