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End of the crisis: the PSOE is committed to the central executive assumes the commitments.


The PRC Organization Secretary, Paula Fernández, has indicated that with this new document "the crisis is closed"

Crossing of declarations and warnings to break the pact so that everything remains the same. PRC and PSOE will continue to rule Cantabria after burying the ax of war a meeting held on Monday in the regional Parliament.

Both formations will sign a new addendum, for their incorporation into the government pact of June 2019, whereby the General State Budgets for 2020 must include the commitments with Cantabria, especially, those referring to the payment of the debt of Valdecilla, in the 2019 and 2020 annuities; to the development of the works of the Santander-Madrid railway connection and the Santander-Bilbao connection studies; road works, such as the tender for the La Hermida project; and the items for the development of the Cantabria Neighborhood Plan. In return, the national deputy of the PRC, José María Mazón, will support them in the Congress of Deputies.

With the signing of this document (addendum 2), which has been ratified by the general secretaries of both parties, Miguel Ángel Revilla and Pablo Zuloaga, respectively, the secretary of Organization, Paula Fernández, has declared the crisis between “closed” the two government partners after the negative vote of Mazón to Pedro Sánchez for his inauguration and the threat of the Socialists to leave the Government of Cantabria, if the regionalist deputy did not change the direction of his vote.

This new addendum, as Fernández explained, ratifies, “as for the actions and deadlines,” the agreement signed, in June 2019, by the PSOE Organization Secretary, José Luis Ábalos, and the PRC national deputy, José María Mazón, which includes the full payment of Valdecilla's works; the tender and commencement of works on the Santander-Madrid railway connection; the immediate realization of the informative studies of the Santander-Bilbao connection, in a time of 40 minutes, with stops in Laredo and Castro Urdiales; the participation of the Ministry of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda, as well as public companies Adif and Puertos del Estado in the creation of an intermodal station in the logistics project of Llano de La Pasiega; and the different road infrastructure works pending for years and whose execution must be addressed within the term of the current legislature.

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