This Saturday, Alfonso Rueda took the oath as President of the Xunta de Galicia and took over, having received full powers for this position. This came after last Thursday the Autonomous Chamber elected him as the new chief executive of Galicia with the votes of the PP, but against the opposition.
Rueda, in his speech, affirmed the past and said that he “stands firmly in the present” and looks to the future with “illusion and certainty.” “Today I am not taking office, I am responsible for the logical concerns of today’s Galicians,” he stressed.
The elections became official with subsequent publication in the “Official State Gazette” and “Official Gazette of Galicia” and with an appointment signed by the king. Thus, Alfonso Rueda becomes 6th President of Galicia. He succeeded Alberto Nunez Feijoo, who left his post to lead the PP at the national level and become the next regional senator from Galicia.
Feihoo is expected to be designated as such at the next plenary meeting on 24 and 25 May. By the same day, he must resign from his post. regional deputy.
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