Mayor laments central Government's lack of strategy to de-escalate the crisis


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Estepona.- The mayor of Estepona and vice president of the Spanish Federation of Municipalities and Provinces (FEMP), José María García Urbano, today expressed his concern that the Central Government has not yet drawn up the strategy for de-escalation and the social and economic reconstruction that Spain needs to return to normal after the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Mayor has shown his disappointment again following the meeting held this afternoon by the FEMP Governing Committee with the vice president and minister for the Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge, Teresa Ribera; the Minister of Health, Salvador Illa; and the Minister for Territorial Policy and Public Function, Carolina Darias.
During his speech at the meeting, García Urbano lamented that the members of the central government have not presented a working not presented a working document on which to debate and move forward to achieve "concrete proposals".
In the absence of initiatives raised by the Central Government, the Mayor of Estepona and Vice President of the FEMP has stressed that "there are 47 million Spaniards who want answers and are afraid because they are distressed by the present, afraid of the future and desperate about what their work and economic future holds”.