Compromís per Dénia has presented a new motion in the Dénia City Council in which it asks for a decisive role of the local and regional administration in defining the criteria that will outline the destination of European funds and in formulating the content of reconstruction projects . Likewise, also establish the mechanisms so that Next Generation EU funds reach the sectors most affected by the crisis, especially the small and medium-sized companies of our town.
The group has wanted to emphasize precisely the aid of the Plan Resiste and that is why the Valencian formation asks the council to demand from the State government aid such as those applied by the Generalitat Valenciana to help the sectors affected by the closures derived from COVID -19.
The Valencianists are happy for the "agility" that the Generalitat Valenciana has demonstrated by implementing compensation measures for self-employed persons, companies and complements to the ERTE "despite the underfinancing that we Valencians and Valencians suffer", but are aware that "Long-term strategic action has to come from the state and from Europe with Next Generation EU funds to rebuild the economy from ecology, digitization and resilience".
The spokesman for the municipal group, Rafa Carrió, says that “The administrations that best know the difficulties of people and companies and their needs are the municipalities. That is why we have to participate decisively in defining the criteria that will shape the destination of European funds and in formulating the content of reconstruction projects ".