The PP regional deputy points out that the experts guarantee that "the regional debt is linked to the fact that the Region does not receive the State resources that correspond to it to attend to health, education and social policy." The regional deputy of the PP, Mª Dolores Valcárcel has urged "to review the financing of the municipalities together with the autonomous system." A lawsuit coinciding with the theses presented today, before the Special Commission for Autonomous Financing, by José Carlos Sánchez de la Vega, the representative of the Region of Murcia on the committee of experts that has worked on the new model. The popular deputy stressed that the appearance of Sánchez de la Vega "reinforces the approaches defended by the Popular Party regarding the dire consequences that underfunding has and has had in the accounts of the Autonomous Community." "The expert has recognized that the origin of the Community's debt is linked to the fact that the Region does not receive the resources of the State that correspond to it.
We receive less than what we need to sustain education, health and social policy," he stated.
to add that "debt and economic deficit before social deficit, that is what we defend from the PP". For Mª Dolores Valcárcel, today it has also been revealed that "the criteria that should condition the distribution of the extraordinary non-reimbursable fund destined to alleviate the health and economic effects of the coronavirus must be defined within the Fiscal and Financial Policy Council".
"The Government of Spain must provide transparency to the distribution of this fund, the communities must have a voice and must be listened to," he said.