The President of Cantabria and the PRC’s candidate for re-election, Miguel Ángel Revilla, met this Saturday with regionalist youth to advance the development of autonomy and promote the reform of the statute and the assumption of new powers in the next legislature signed a commitment. Such as the management of hydrographic basins or the ability to issue decree laws.
Following a banner with the slogan ‘Without identity there is no entity’, the youngest candidates of the PRC participated in a public event this Saturday with the regional leader in front of the Cabezon de la Sal City Council, where the movement happened. The birth of an autonomous community is possible, as a symbol of its commitment to Cantabria and the desire to continue moving forward in the autonomous fact.
Revilla recalled his participation in those first steps and his presence in the historic photo taken on the balcony where he met the youngest candidates of the PRC today, one of the “symbols of the fight for autonomy”, and He has assured that when he looks back, everything that has been achieved over the past four decades still seems “incredible”.
They have claimed the PRC’s contribution to the recovery of the historical name and to the development of Cantabria and have since declared themselves “proud” of the way of travel and have allowed the region to be “known, recognized and loved” today. given.
Revilla also highlights the need to move forward in legislation and achieve the transfer to the community of pending powers, explicitly referring to the hydrographic basins of rivers, as he explained, “Every time we have to clean up a river, have to do and we do it without permission, they correct us.
“With admiration and respect for all those who led that change and achieved autonomy, I ask the young people of Cantabria to take responsibility, we will have to work very hard to obtain the necessary consents and move forward in the reform of the law” , he said on his behalf, Luis Casas, Secretary-General of the Youth of the PRC, after signing with Revilla the Declaration in Defense of Identity and Advancement of Autonomy. CAS has acknowledged that the involvement of young people in the challenge is “difficult” because they are a generation that is “completely fed up with politics”.
“We have to convince them by May 28 that voting for the PRC is the only possible way to take the next step that we want to start here today, which is the consolidation, reform and extension of the law of autonomy of Cantabria”. finalized.