the last of the PSOE is causing real mopeds in social networks. And it is that the Andalusian socialists of John Swords they have not thought of another to blame the rise in Consumer Price Index (CPI) To the PP of Juanma Moreno! Prices shot up their year-on-year rate to 10.8%, their highest level since September 1984 and six tenths above the rate registered in June, according to the final data published this Friday by the National Statistics Institute (INE). However, the PSOE has had the audacity to launch a tweet in which it points to Andalusia for the situation and wonders: “Was this the leadership that Moreno Bonilla promised?”
«Andalusia is already at the head of the country in price increases. Was this the leadership that Moreno Bonilla promised? We demand an immediate rescue plan for Andalusians. It has to complement the measures of the Government of Spain, as other Autonomous Communities do, and it has to do it now”, they have pointed out from the official account of the PSOE de Andalucía (PSOE-A) in social networks.
Andalusia is already at the head of the country in rising prices. Was this the leadership that Moreno Bonilla promised? We demand an immediate rescue plan for Andalusians. It has to complement the measures of the Government of Spain, as other Autonomous Communities do, and it has to do it now. https://t.co/7MoSbkIWTT
– PSOE of Andalusia (@psoedeandalucia) August 12, 2022
“I can’t believe the shameless What do you have. The price increase is called IPC… Shall I put you as soon as the IPC is in August? You don’t do anything because you don’t know how to do it. Less political advisers and let the technicians do their job, “says one of the comments to the tweet.
«Your CM is a joke. Return what was stolen and spent on cocaine and putes, ”said another Username. “Return what was stolen”, “criminals” or “thieves”, are other comments that, together with images with news about the corruption that has governed Andalusia for 37 years.
With the rebound in July, inflation has chained two consecutive months above 10%, after it stood at 10.2% in June. According to him INEthe escalation of IPC interannual up to 10.8% in July is mainly due to increases in housing prices, up to 23% due to the prices of electricity, clothing and footwear, with an annual variation of 5.0% , and to food and non-alcoholic beverages, which places its rate at 13.5%, the highest since the beginning of the series, in January 1994. For their part, transport prices fell three points compared to the data for June, up to 16.2%, due to the drop in the price of fuels and lubricants.
Core inflation (excluding unprocessed food and energy products) increased six tenths in July, to 6.1%, its highest value since January 1993. In the seventh month of 2022, the Harmonized Consumer Price Index (IPCA) placed its interannual rate at 10.7%, seven tenths above the data for June. The monthly variation of IPCA showed a decrease of 0.6%, according to data from the INE.