The Government will try to negotiate with the Madrid’s community to find one exit to institutional disagreement which has ended with the declaration of alarm by Pedro Sánchez and against the regional president, Isabel Díaz Ayuso.According to Moncloa, the technical teams of the ministry and counseling have the instruction not to stop talking. It is about discussing concrete measures for the moment in which the 15-day period of the state of alarm ends and also for management in the next few days.
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It will be done, according to government sources, depending on the progress of the contagion data and hospitalizations in the Community of Madrid. If at the end of the term, on October 23, the data has improved, it can be lifted, but for this it is necessary to have an alternative plan by which the Community commits to maintain restrictions to stop the infections. Among other things to avoid the wear and tear of a new negotiation in Congress to extend the decree approved on Friday.
In addition to the contacts that the Government intends to maintain, Health will propose in the coming days reassemble the covid-19 group in which the minister Salvador Illa, the council Enrique Ruiz Escudero and the vice president of the Community, Ignacio Aguado, participate.
In any case, sources from the Vice Presidency of the Community of Madrid explain that the decree of the state of alarm does not prevent Isabel Díaz Ayuso from activating the basic health zones again, that is, to avoid that there may be unjustified movements within the capital.
The Minister of Health, Salvador Illa. (EFE)
This measure was in force for several weeks and the Community assures that allowed to reduce data, although the central government doubts it. This plan could be reactivated at any time if Ayuso so wanted and would serve to complement the restrictions of the state of alarm that, basically, are limited to making it difficult to leave the Community of Madrid to other areas of Spain.
The central government attributed to the Community of Madrid interest in not negotiating to find a way out and prevent the spread of contacts. In that confrontation, however, the vice president of the Community, Ignacio Aguado, always maintained his refusal to the state of alarm, but with a proposal that was rejected by Ayuso.