THE conservative Popular Party (PP) plans to extend the Inca motorway, build a second ring road in Palma, and a motorway from Palma to Manacor if it wins the elections on May 25. These are just two of the proposals which will be presented by Jaume Matas at the Auditorium tonight.
Matas, who is seeking election as Balearic leader, a post he held before the coalition led by Francesc Antich took power, said that his party has experience in management and “will bring order, rationality and balance to a society disorientated by sectarianism and irrationality.” Other proposals in its manifesto include a reduction in taxes for the purchase of a home in the Balearics.
The party promises parents the right to choose the schools their children go to and will guarantee bilingualism.
In the health field, the party promises to cut waiting lists, introduce social policies for the disadvantaged and build more hospitals.
Yesterday was the last day for parties to register their lists of candidates in the municipal and autonomous elections.


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