Isabel Díaz Ayuso does not want the renewed "illusion" that exists in the PP in Madrid to cool down after her election as regional president of the party and has taken advantage of her participation in an informative breakfast held in the capital to grease her electoral machinery in the face of 2023 to demonstrate that the results obtained in the 4-M elections were not "flower of a day", but the majority feeling of a society that, "around freedom and prosperity, went to the polls to defend what was everyone. And we're not going to let them down".
The president of the Community of Madrid has boasted of the economic takeoff of the region against the ideological policies of the central government that, in her opinion, "are endangering the way of life that the Spaniards have worked for". And she, by extension, has predicted that the "ideological decalogue" of the left will fail again in Madrid. "We have shown with facts that our policy is different and better," she stressed during the colloquium organized by El debate.
Ayuso understands that the policies applied by his Executive in the Community are perfectly exportable to the rest of the country and has rejected that his ability to reduce taxes -in the coming months he will expand the inheritance tax bonus and donations between brothers, uncles and nephews- as pole of attraction for companies and great fortunes are due to the effect of being the capital. And he has encouraged the country as a whole to copy his economic decalogue and to stop making false accusations of fiscal dumping.
"I believe in a welfare state and strong institutions that are paid for with taxes that must be fair and an efficient but limited bureaucracy", he pointed out before placing the government he heads as "the clearest example that another form of doing politics is possible".
In the chapter of reproaches to the sanchismo, Ayuso has slipped that "some have decided that they do not like Spain and intend, to dominate the future, erase the past and literally manufacture a new country. That our role in the world is not known, our Greco-Roman influence, our conquests".
One year from the next municipal and regional elections, but in the heat of the polls, Ayuso has not hesitated to include campaign promises in his speech. "Fearing that mental health will become the object of a political campaign," the regional president has announced the opening of a center for prevention and research on addictions.