The PP Andaluz (PP-A) has sunk this Thursday PSOE of Andalusia (PSOE-A) by showing his bench in Parliament practically empty when debating employment matters. “Before the money of the unemployed ended up in brothels, now that it is used well, they don’t even want to listen to it”, has pointed out the training in social networks.
This is the PSOE bench when it comes to Employment in the Andalusian Parliament.
Before the money of the unemployed ended up in brothels, now that it is used well, they do not even want to listen to it. pic.twitter.com/8DUDzrroPw
– PP Andaluz (@ppandaluz) June 10, 2021
It should be remembered, in this sense, that the change in Andalusia has led the community to be one of the strongest both in the financial plan as in the labor. This is what emerges from the latest study of the BBVA Research, which foresees that Andalusia will grow 5.4% in 2021 and 7% in 2022, and that in this period almost 180,000 jobs will be created, precisely those that, according to the Bank of Spain, have prevented them from being generated by the rise in the Minimum Interprofessional Salary (SMI).
The catalysts for this great future performance in Andalusia, according to the BBVA Researchare the advancement of vaccination, a favorable international environment, the greater dynamism of the consumption of Andalusian households and the boost that European funds will allow Next Generation EU (NGEU).
If these forecasts are met, “the Andalusian economy would create 177,000 new jobs in the 2020-2022 period,” as announced by the chief economist for Spain at BBVA Research, Miguel Cardoso, at the press conference to present the latest report ‘Andalusia situation’.