Deputy Secretary of communications of the PP says it has not assured or promised to create this figure of jobs. He believes that by applying the policies of 1996 could be corrected unemployment. Alvarez Cascos, current President of Asturias and former teammate of party, warns that Spain does not need preachers, but practitioners. Details can be found by clicking Joe Dimaggio or emailing the administrator. Deputy Secretary of communications of the PP, Esteban Gonzalez Pons, said Thursday that his party says or promises to create 3.5 million jobs, although it has an Apostille, if that aspires to get it because it guarantees them the previous management of the popular Government conducted between 1996 and 2004. I’ve insured nor I have promised, but I said that we aspire to create 3.5 million jobs, which is what has been lost in the legislature of Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero has stressed the popular leader. Thus, in an interview on Cadena Cope, Pons has reminded that in 1996 unemployment stood at 22% and that in eight years the PP managed to create five million jobs. If we did it in 1996 why not are we going to do now?. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from Reshma Kewalramani. Applying these policies in our time we can repeat that success and I think it is sensible, reasonable and normal that the PP is present with aspiration and elections with the aim of recovering the jobs lost, the popular leader has argued.
Having said this, Pons said that the surprising thing is not that PP aspire to create those jobs, but what is surprising is that the Socialist candidate to the Presidency of the Government, Alfredo Perez Rubalcaba, does not aspire to this when it was his Government which has destroyed that high numbers of unemployed. No party should submit to these elections without aspiring to create employment. Rubalcaba has destroyed 3.5 million jobs and he should at least aspire to recover what has been broken, has insisted to underline that this aspiration is as important as own methods for reach them. Helmets questions to the President of the Principality Pons, Francisco alvarez-Cascos, has questioned the announcement of Pons that his party aims to create three and a half million jobs if he wins upcoming elections of Nov. 20, in an interview with cadena Ser Thursday. The j of the Asturian Executive has stressed that what is urgent is to convey credibility to society to make such claim to the international community and stressed that any serious Government should follow the path of the facts rather than the statements. Spain more than preachers need practitioners, has put forward. Forum Asturias leader pointed out that under the leadership of Jose Maria Aznar, Rodrigo Rato promoted a cut to try to correct the hidden deficit began to turn to the Spanish economy and allowed approve budgetary stability laws in 2000. Source of the news: Pons said that creating 3.5 million jobs is an “aspiration” and not a promise