The acting President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, has pulled on the social shield and the pace at which Spain’s economy is growing to consider his inauguration as done. This Sunday he stressed that “Spain does not break, it does not sink, Spain yawns at the enormous waste of time of Mr. Feijóo and his lies”, to defend that the investiture of the leader of the PP will be failed and the right to seek PSOE pacts . .
During his speech, Sánchez recalled that Spain is “the main European economy that will grow the most in 2023” and, in reality, “what is broken is not Spain, it is the Popular Party and you will see it when it fails in its investiture.” “. “. He recalled that he promised “that he would look for votes even under the stones” for issues such as revaluing pensions, dignifying the SMI, increasing scholarships, the emancipation of young people, harmony between the peoples of Spain, coexistence between citizens, real and effective equality between men and women and stopping the extreme right, and that is what he will do, he stressed, “for the next four years.”
The general secretary of the PSOE said this in the A Coruña town of Oroso, where the PSdeG celebrates the rose festival in Sigüeiro with some 3,000 attendees, in a rally in which he indicated that if the investiture that will begin on the 26th ” “If it were like a football match,” Alberto Núñez Feijóo “would have already been given the red card for deliberate loss of time.”
Sánchez has told the Galicians that they gave the rest of Spaniards a “catch-all” with the former president of the Xunta who now leads the PP, because, he added: “We thought he was worth more.”
He has reviewed the steps taken by Feijóo for his investiture, such as trying to seek support in the PNV, in the PSOE itself and even in Junts “in secret”, and how “at the direction of Mr. Aznar” they will demonstrate next Sunday the 24th” in against the socialist investiture shouting that Spain is breaking”, although he is still the candidate for the Presidency of the Government appointed by the king.
Faced with the “usual tremendousness, the usual noise” what is “hidden” is “the only point of the electoral program of the Popular Party and Vox: that the Spanish Socialist Workers Party does not govern.”
And he has announced that he will return to Galicia a lot, in view of the regional elections that must be held in the coming months. “To give ourselves the pleasure of ending the Government of the Popular Party. Go for it, always move forward, colleagues,” he concluded.
The general secretary of the PSdeG, Valentín González Formoso, has demanded that Sánchez repeat as president of the Government. “Do what you have to do,” he said. The president of the PSdeG, Carmela Silva, has defended the request to “talk about the people” while the PP does so “about confrontation, trying to generate fear.”