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Basque Country, Galicia and Castilla y León also rebel against Health

Not only the Community of Madrid has rebelled against the measures approved by the Interterritorial Health Council that affects bars and leisure establishments. The autonomous governments of the Basque Country, Galicia, Andalusia and Castilla y León have also joined to reject these measures outright. The Carolina Darias Ministry of Health approved this Thursday in the Interterritorial Council a document of “new normality” in which they collected new restrictions against the hotel industry and nightlife. Up to five autonomous communities have shown their strong rejection of this proposal, in addition to the autonomous city of Melilla. These regions voted against the document and also announced that they would not apply these restrictions. The first autonomous community to show their rejection was Madrid. The president of the region, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, has advanced that she would not abide by these restrictions because they are a “political imposition” and “not sanitary.” “As long as it is not mandatory, what we are not going to go is against the interests of the citizens. This Government will have to manage, as it knows how to do, to manage and overwhelm, “Ayuso assured the media this Thursday.” Invasion of powers “For his part, the Basque Lehendakari, Íñigo Urkullu, has affirmed that these proposals of the Ministry of Health suppose an “invasion of competences” and show “absolute confusion” in the management of the health crisis by the Government of Pedro Sánchez. Urkullu has also ensured that his region “will follow its own road map” and will keep the measures updated last Monday by the Basque institutions. Another regional Executive that has opposed the Health document has been the Galician.The president of the Xunta de Galicia, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, has attacked the Executive of Sánchez for trying to “now limit the opening process” of hotels and nightlife in the de-escalation, after the worst of the coronavirus pandemic. Galicia will follow its “roadmap” for de-escalation until the Xunta’s legal advice determines whether some “parts” of the protocol that the Ministry of Health presented this Wednesday are “mandatory”. “Vulnera competences” The Government of Castilla and León has announced that it will appeal the document presented by Health in case it is published in the BOE. The vice president of the Board, Francisco Igea, has also pointed out that these measures will not be applied in the region because it “violates” the autonomic powers and is “more restrictive” than the measures that have been applied so far. Andalusia, in the mouth of the vice president of the Board, Juan Marín, has also announced that he will not abide by these rules, considering that they are a “brutal invasion of powers” by the Ministry of Health. There are other regions, such as Catalonia or Murcia that, although voted against this document within the Interterritorial Council, they have not clarified for now if they will comply with the Health proposal.

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