Plaid Cymru's Finance Spokesperson Ieuan Wyn Jones AM criticised the Welsh Government's statement on the Wales Infrastructure Investment Plan for lacking detail on 22 November 2011.
According to Mr Jones the statement was vague and what people want to hear is when the projects will be announced, where they will be and how they are going to help the Welsh economy.
Finance Minister and Leader of the House Jane Hutt outlined how the centrally retained capital funding of £90million would be spent over the next two years.
The minister stressed that the plan demonstrates the Welsh Government's "continued commitment to supporting the economic recovery in Wales, protecting and improving frontline services and protecting the vulnerable in society".
Amongst the allocation from the Centrally Retained Capital fund will be £32m to education projects across Wales; £16.6m for health and early years projects; £11.7m to transport and £10m to support the roll out of residential and business access to next generation broadband.
Conservative Finance Spokesperson Paul Davies AM welcomed the spend on broadband as he called for its delivery to be a priority.
An outline version of the Wales Infrastructure Investment Plan will be published in Spring 2012, with a full version in Autumn 2012 and from then it will be updated quarterly.
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