| And in defense of the freedom of choice of the families of the model and educational center for their children | "From the PP of La Unión we defend the freedom of choice of parents in the education of their children, and we denounce that a right is taken away that should belong to everyone," said Manrubia.“The educational reform of PSOE-Podemos is an attack on freedom and the model implemented in the Region; in La Unión more than 90 percent of parents have chosen the center for their children, regardless of their zip code ”, said the spokeswoman.Sofía Manrubia, stressed that "the only thing that the law intends is to put an end to the subsidized schools, something that we cannot allow."The spokesperson stressed that in addition, the Celaá Law has been processed with the backs of the educational community and Spanish society and that lack of consensus has already cost Pedro Sánchez a "serious warning from the European Commission" so since " the PP ask to urge the Government of Spain to return to the Constitutional Pact in educational matters because the new LOMLOE suppresses the freedoms enshrined in article 27 of the Constitution and thus prevents families from choosing freely.Likewise, he pointed out that "this law also represents a frontal attack on concerted education, we do not understand why the PSOE created the concerts and now wants to eliminate them."In this sense, Manrubia explained that "the reform abolishes the clause of social demand, which would lead us to the suspension of subsidized centers, and this in turn will directly affect the schools and parents of La Unión."In addition, the popular spokesperson has revealed that the reform puts the Special Education Centers at risk, such as the Enrique Viviente Center in our town, and relegates the Castilian ”, to which she added that“ this is what was promised to the parties with which the PSOE and Pedro Sánchez like to agree, parties to which he owes the votes with which he has been able to move the general state budgets forward ”.In Manrubia's words, "from the Popular Party we consider that the LOMLOE is a clear attack on Spanish democracy and a brake for our educational system to advance and reach the levels of quality, equity and freedom typical of the most important educational systems."
Source: PP La Unión