The Government of Aragon plans to launch "Soon term" a campaign for the promotion of livestock and the Aragonese meat, as well as its commitment to sustainability, which will premiere in the British newspaper The Guardian, the same rotating that collected the controversy Interview with the Minister of Consumer, Alberto Garzón, in which he affirmed that Spain exports poor quality meat.
The president of Aragon, the Socialist Javier Lamban, was one of the most critical in his response to the controversial words of Garzón, and asked for the immediate resignation of the minister for some "unfortunate and foolish statements" that are, in his opinion, "a Direct aggression to an important part of the Aragonese economy, which strives to be competitive and sustainable. " For Lamban, "the one who does can not be a minister of Spain or one more day. It is in itself an insult to intelligence."Updated Date: 07 January 2022, 03:15