The President of the Government and Secretary General of the PSOE, Pedro Sánchez, has continued with the electoral pre-campaign on May 28 and has taken advantage of his act in Valladolid this Saturday to ask “the right and the extreme right” to “for once” vote yes to the validation of the decree of anti-crisis measures to alleviate the situation derived from the war in Ukraine, which will be debated this Tuesday in the Congress of Deputies and which “defends the middle and working class”.
“I expect little from the right and the extreme right, but this week they have the opportunity to show if they are with the middle and working class,” Sánchez remarked a public act, in which he has wrapped up the candidates from the province capitals of Castilla and Leon.
For this reason, Sánchez has insisted on asking “the right and the ultra-right” to “vote yes” to the reduction of VAT on food, the free public transport, the increase in the Minimum Vital Income or the policies in favor of the social majority of the country.
Likewise, the President of the Government has made the PP ugly by dedicating itself to speaking ill of Spain in Europe whenever possible, in front of his government which, he has emphasized, is congratulated for its economic data with, for example, one of the inflation rates lowest on the continent, which will end the year closer to three than five percent. “We must lead the debates in Europe and not do as the right does, which, whenever it can, speaks ill of Spain in Europe”, he reiterated.
Demonstrations in Spain
The PSOE general secretary has taken the opportunity to ensure that those who have demonstrated this Saturday in Madrid are those who defend a “uniform and, therefore, exclusive” Spain.
This has been pointed out by Sánchez in reference to the demonstration called this Saturday in Madrid against the Government by associations and groups of civil society. The President of the Government has also made reference to the demonstration of independence supporters in Barcelona this Thursday and has said that, between the “nostalgic” who there defended “a broken Spain” and those who today in Madrid are committed to a “uniform and excluding “there is” the vast majority of Spaniards.
“Among the nostalgic protesters who on Thursday defended a broken Spain in Barcelona and those in Madrid today who defend a uniform and excluding Spain, are the majority of Spaniards, who want a united Spain, who respect diversity in the future and in prosperity”, remarked Pedro Sánchez.