Juan Marín praises the work of Julio Díaz, Cs candidate for Huelva

The candidate for the Presidency of the Andalusian Government citizens (Cs) and current vice president, Juan Marín, praised today the experience and work carried out by Julio Diaz, head of the list of the liberal party in Huelva for the regional elections on June 19, in the Parliament of Andalusia in the act of presenting the candidacies held in Córdoba, in which the national president of Cs, Inés Arrimadas, also participated. “It is an honor to share this candidacy with him,” she said.

Marín, who has underlined that, “in a time of uncertainty, of economic reactivation, with everything that we have gone through and are going through, experiments cannot be carried out”, has highlighted that Díaz has been defending the principles of Cs and the people of Huelva since 2015 in the Andalusian Chamber.

Thus, the regional vice president has detailed that Julio Díaz “has been eight years in the vice presidency of the Parliamentary Table analyzing the legality and rigor of all the agreements that come to the table, the initiatives and laws”, in addition to “defending proposals to all Andalusians and Huelva in the Development, Employment, Agriculture, Tourism, Justice, Economy, Equality commissions…”, because, he recalled, “before [en referencia a la legislatura de 2015 a 2018]there were nine of us and it was very difficult to carry out everything that the socialist administration had set up”.

Marín highlights Díaz’s work

In particular, Marín has focused on the “difficult” role that Díaz played as president of the investigation commission of the Training Courses, “of the robbery of the unemployed Andalusians from the socialist governments.” For all this, the Cs coordinator in Andalusia has concluded: “Who is going to tell Julio Díaz that he has no experience in the Andalusian administration? No one, absolutely no one.”

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