The PSOE’s candidate for Presidency of the Community of Madrid, Juan Lobato, has promised to launch a regional sports investment plan of 10 million euros per year and the creation of a sports recipe system linking sport and health to ensure 2 million people To be. madrid enjoys the game
« We will create a regional sports investment plan (PIDER 2024-2030) with an initial endowment forecast of 60 million euros (10 million per year), aimed at the 1.1 million people of Madrid who practice sports today, the 2 million in 2030 . , he told during a meeting with the Madrid Association of Sports Services Entrepreneurs (ASOMED) to analyze sports proposals.
Sports is a priority of action of our government along several strategic lines, the first being to process the Sports Law, which has been stuck since 1994, Lobato stressed. All these measures aim to “link sport to the health of the whole population, especially the elderly, who, thanks to sport, will have better healthy lifestyle habits while fighting unwanted loneliness.”
Lobato has announced the implementation of the Sports Prescription System, thanks to which the public health system, through primary care doctors, will be able to prescribe physical and sporting activity to the entire population. Based on the financing of the Regional Sports Investment Plan (PIDER 2024-2030).
«Sport is understood as physical activity, leisure and community development, but also as a key element in the economic development of the community of Madrid thanks to employment, above all youth jobs, combating the high youth unemployment in the region It is important to do » , the socialist has influenced.
A “clear” commitment to implement a sports culture in Madrid from the youngest age, “school from 7am to 7pm with free extracurricular activities including sports activities for all boys and girls, regardless of family income With opening.” Essential for healthy habits and developing values like teamwork.”
In addition, tax reductions in Madrid personal income tax resulted from sporting activity to encourage physical activity in lower-middle-income families. They concluded, “It is necessary to redesign public sports facilities to avoid centers that are saturated or too old in the community of Madrid, and to guarantee access to sports anywhere in the region.”