In the midst of the downpour that falls on the Government of the Generalitat, the Minister of Economy and Hisenda, Jaume Giró, has assured this Tuesday in the Parlament, during an interpellation of Citizens on taxation, that what worries him most at the moment, " more than ever" is the stability of the Catalan Executive to "have good budgets for this winter". "To serve the citizens and companies of the whole country and to continue advancing towards full sovereignty", he has pointed out.
The also leader of Junts per Catalunya, in addition, has asked for "waist" in the decisions that his party must make and not just "head and heart", as is usually said. In that sense, he has also demanded that one position or another not be adopted with the stomach. Giró was referring to the JxCat internal consultation on continuity in the Government headed by Pere Aragonès, which will take place this Thursday and Friday. The more than 6,400 JxCat militants will vote.
The head of the Catalan finances already ruled in favor of continuing in the coalition a few days ago and has defended that position in the internal meetings of the party without hesitation. "Each member of the coalition has to understand that they have to be in government as long as they think that they can contribute more value to the citizens and to the country by being there, rather than not being there," said the head of Economy and Hisenda during the plenary session.
"The greatest responsibility of a party is to decide what is the best way to serve citizens at any given time. In the end, as politicians, we always have to make a very simple calculation: We have to put on a scale what wins citizens with our decisions and, on the other hand, what do they lose", added the minister.