Diputación says that residences “are the priority”




Furthermore, he assured that “an urgent reactivation plan for Bizkaia is being finalized.”

The Deputy General of Bizkaia, Unai Rementeria, has stated that, at this time, “the absolute priority” of the Diputación are the residences, who face “key days”. Likewise, it has announced that the Provincial Council is finalizing a reactivation plan to “accelerate” the exit of Bizkaia from the crisis, which will have “the necessary resources” despite the “undeniable” drop in revenue.

In a telematic appearance, Rementeria has underlined that, at this moment, the “absolute priority” of his Government are nursing homes, which face “key days” and where the number of positives per Covid-19 among residents reaches 460, of which 114 are hospitalized.

The deputy general has indicated that, in addition to managing “the urgent”, it is necessary to prepare Bizkaia for “the day after” because, as he insisted, “we cannot lose a minute of that morning, which has to get us ready.”

In this sense, he has ensured that “an urgent reactivation plan is being finalized to accelerate the exit from this crisis and the return to normalcy, to reactivate the economy and employment and help the groups that are experiencing the worst.” The objective, he indicated, is that this plan ‘Bizkaia Aurrera’ have “all people as active agents” and represent “the locomotive” of society to “raise Bizkaia in record time”.

Rementeria has assured that the plan will have “the necessary resources” to carry out the actions it includes, although it has admitted that it is “undeniable” that there will be a decrease in collection “and with that reality we will have to do our accounts. ” In any case, he has opined that, “if at some point the administrations must borrow, this is the right moment.”

In relation to the budgetary modifications that may be proposed, he has recognized that the Covid-19 crisis “is going to upset what you had in mind”, although he has opted to maintain “productive public investment” from the administrations. In this way, it has advocated for maintaining projects such as the construction of the tunnel under the estuary, which in any case was not going to “start this year.”

EH Bildu denounces “the self-satisfaction” of Rementeria

The spokesperson for EH Bildu Bizkaia, Bea Ilardia, has criticized that the general deputy of Bizkaia, Unai Rementeria, “shields himself in a speech self-indulgent and detached from reality given the serious situation of nursing homes, where the number of deaths has increased “.

In a statement, Ilardia has called to “stop acting badly and late, and to take more effective measures to ensure the health of one of the most vulnerable groups, such as the elderly and the workers in charge of their care.”

In this sense, it has regretted that Rementeria affirms that “the absolute priority is the residences, but later it does not listen to the requests of the workers who insist that the means are not enough.” “If the priority is the residences, the Delegation will have to act in consonance”, has added.

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George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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