Aragonès already has a new Government "very advanced" that will incorporate "experts"

The Minister of the Presidency, Laura Vilagrà, explained this Saturday that the Catalan President, Pere Aragonès, and his team already have the structure of the new Government "very advanced", without JxCat advisers and with the incorporation of "people who are experts in their ambit".

In statements from the Palau de la Generalitat, where Aragonès and his circle of collaborators are working on the design of the new Government after JxCat's decision to abandon it, Vilagrà explained that "all the names" that will join the executive are not yet closed, although the process "is very advanced" and should be completed "early in the week."

The objective is to set up "a strong, cohesive, loyal Government that faces economic and social challenges", which allows for "maximum stability and security" in Catalonia and which will prioritize the search for support between the pro-independence groups and the common ones, although it will also listen to economic and social agents, town halls, county councils and municipal entities.

Vilagrà has pointed out that Aragonés and his team do not plan to have directors from En Comú Podem, but rather "people who are experts in their field", some with "experience in the public sphere".

Previously, in RAC1On the possibility of incorporating profiles linked to ERC such as Natàlia Mas or Albert Castellanos for the Ministry of Economy and Finance or Marc Ramentol for Health, he recognized that "they are top-level names that Esquerra has".

On the other hand, in relation to the next budgets of the Generalitat, which was being prepared until now by the Minister of Economy, Jaume Giró, Vilagrà has commented that the new Government will "negotiate" with the parliamentary groups to try to approve them.

But it has not closed the door to a budget extension if the negotiations do not bear fruit, since "the current budgets are good, they are expansive" and are "allowing the development of the social shield" that Aragonès announced in Parliament.

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