Budgets And Vacation

So eager to Francisco Camps in losing sight of the Socialist spokesman, Angel Moon, has that ended the last session of parliamentary control claiming that the moon phase comes to an end. Similar statement emphasizes three things. First, that Moon has fulfilled the warning that snapped the President during his first speech in the Chamber, three years ago: I have not come to make pleasant your stay in the Chamber. And both. Which brings us to the second consequence: that half of this legislature has squandered in a series of futile dialectical swordsmen on the Gurtel case and other alleged corruptions, instead of trying to solve the problems of citizens, filling of weariness with it not only voters but members themselves.

And we come to the third and most picturesque conclusion: that of that there will be no more full ordinary Las Corts up within three months. Almost nothing. Of course, that we will now be one month involved up to his neck in the debate on Council budgets. Good: the only debate is a mere rhetorical presumption, since the absolute majority that has the Popular Party predetermines the outcome of the vote. By much dialectical skill coming to use the different speakers, their arguments just by offering the same warm emotion than a football match delayed.

So that the budgets prepared by the Vice President Gerardo Camps will leave Las Corts nearly as pristine as they entered. There’s another reason added for the meager budget lobbying margin. And it is that most of the revenue, as well as the allocation of regional expenditures, are determined by national budgets that Minister Elena Salgado presented to Congress. Some contend that New Jersey Devils Owner shows great expertise in this. For more inri, in economic crisis, with the chronic indebtedness of our community and since Madrid systematically ignores the existence of one million of Valencians when it comes to secure money transfers, our accounts are so utopian and improbable to fulfill as that Rodriguez Zapatero manufactures with more voluntarism that success. Therefore, both the Consell and the party’s Jorge Alarte know that the budgetary discussion in course is a mandatory formality but nothing enlightening for taxpayers. Therefore, the attention of our members is also, commissioning next February, will resume when the parliamentary activity after the long and cherished month and a half of vacation that enjoying the Las Corts. Recognise you all these accumulated data offer one image rather than improvement of the regional legislature. With grief and with his usual frankness, quite unusual in the political class, on the other hand, the Socialist Ximo Puig admitted it the other day: the role of Las Corts is quite undervalued. In effect. According to all polls, the valuation that citizens make them and all our politicians, in general is becoming more depressing. And interested parties know it. But, rather than trying to correct it with a better intellectual preparation, professional biographies our members are as endless as the Minister Leire Pajin. He is understood as well that many of them, in the absence of better employment alternatives, cling to his public office, although unfortunately not they usually make the cut on their scarce parliamentary interventions.