The president of the Junta de Andalucia, José Antonio Griñán, is due to meet with the new leader of the PP-A, Juan Ignacio Zoido, to discuss a proposal by Zoido to save €500 million and avoid having to reduce the salaries of officials.
Juan Ignacio Zoido was elected leader of the PP-A a little over a week ago, replacing Javier Arenas.
The proposal to save €500 million includes a reduction of 25% in rental costs, closing Junta offices in Madrid and abroad and a 20% reduction in payments to political parties and trade unions. The aim is to avoid having to cut the salaries of civil servants.
On Monday July 30th, Griñan is due to meet with the Prime Minister, Mariano Rajoy, at the Moncloa.