The orange training believes it is necessary to have the total so that it can be used to help those affected by the COVID-19 crisis
The municipal group of Citizens has registered a proposal to request that the Yecla City Council in turn urge the Regional Government and the Spanish Federation of Municipalities and Provinces to intercede with the Government of Spain to allow the entire surplus in social policies, and not just 20%, as allowed so far.
The orange formation considers that, under the financial sufficiency of the Local Entities established in article 142 of the Constitution, âthe Government must issue the pertinent regulations, in order to be able to incorporate the remaining 80% of the 2019 surplus for the purposes established in article 3 of Rea l Decree-law 8/2020, that is, for expenses and social investments attributable to spending policy 23, which are a consequence of the current health crisis caused by COVID-19 â, local orange spokesman Antonio Puche explained.
Similarly, Ciudadanos Yecla also requests that this concession be extended to the expansion of spending destination 43, that is, "commerce, tourism and small and medium-sized enterprises".
Puche believes that "we are going to need a firm economic boost policy aimed at the self-employed and SMEs to reactivate the local economy after the health crisis emerges, in this sense we consider it essential to have 100% of the surplus."
Finally, the orange spokesman again stressed the "need for the creation of a COVID-19 anti-crisis committee, to be able to work together from all economic and social spheres."
In his opinion, this committee would be a "fundamental tool to help all Yeclanos to be able to get out of the extremely complicated situation that we have been facing."
Source: Ciudadanos Región de Murcia