| "The law generates confrontation between two complementary educational models that coexist in the Region of Murcia with unity and demanding educational quality ", affirms the president of the PPRM | López Miras announces that "we will do everything possible so that the norm is not put into effect by going to the courts and with legal reforms" The president of the Region of Murcia and the PPRM, Fernando López Miras and the Minister of Education and Culture, Esperanza Moreno, met this morning at the party headquarters with the president of the National Catholic Confederation of Parents (CONCAPA) Antonio González-Costea and the president of the Federation of Associations of Parents of Cooperatives of Education (FAMPACE), Rafael Martínez, to whom he has conveyed "his total rejection and disagreement" with the Celaá law and his will to "do everything possible so that it is not carried out, for which we will go to the courts of Justice and promote the necessary legal reforms "in order to prevent" the Government from applying certain aspects of the law.
" López Miras has stressed "the tremendous irresponsibility of passing such an important law with such a lack of consensus" which means that "it was born with the vocation to be repealed as soon as there is a change of government.
In this sense, it has shown that "it was approved with the margin of a single deputy", and that "a law that will mark the future of a generation of Spaniards has not been agreed upon either with the families or with the directors of the centers, nor with the educational community ".
It has gone ahead "without dialogue, without consensus, without agreement," he insisted. For the president of the PP in the Region of Murcia, "the law deepens a confrontation, already overcome in the Region of Murcia, between public and concerted education." And he has highlighted "the coexistence" between the two in the Region where "both the educational community and families demand and claim, from the unit, better educational quality." In this sense, he considers that the norm "comes to bring tension and division between two educational models that are complementary and necessary." And it has influenced that the Celaá Law "goes to the detriment of public education and fully attacks the freedom of families." That freedom considers that "it is the most important thing for fathers and mothers, choosing the educational center of their children is now limited and it will be the postal code, the street or a politician who decides the school they should go to.