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The president of the Community of Madrid has once again raised controversy with statements in the middle of the third wave and while several autonomous communities request legal mechanisms to be able to advance the curfew at 8 in the afternoon.
Ayuso does not agree with either Castilla y León or Andalusia (both communities of the PP) and has rejected this Tuesday to further advance the start time of the curfew in Madrid as these autonomies have requested.
To top it off, he has left a phrase that has taken over the openings of the media and newscasts: “To further ruin the hospitality industry in Spain, they don’t count on me. The Madrilenian president has been against the “restrictions” that ruin “even more” the hotel industry, shops, private initiative and “so many families.”
López Acuña responded to this sentence, taking advantage of a tweet from the newspaper The country to express your opinion. “Díaz Ayuso refuses to advance the curfew: ‘To ruin the hotel industry, with me they don’t count'”, it could be read in the headline of the aforementioned medium.
“What degree of irresponsibility!”, Has written the expert.
What degree of irresponsibility !!!– Daniel Lopez Acuna (@lopezacunad) January 19, 2021
It is not the first time that Daniel López Acuña reacts to a statement by Díaz Ayuso. On October 30, the former WHO director responded in Better late to the leader of the PP when he said that he was only going to close the Community of Madrid during the bridges.
“I am not satisfied with closing Madrid and, if I do, since I do not have any health study that shows me that this is better, I want to do it as few days as possible. This morning I decided to order the closure during the bridge, but only for the essential days and to do the same on the next one, ”Ayuso said on October 29.
At that time, López Acuña called Ayuso’s measure “deeply ignorant and irresponsible.”
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