Felipe Sicily, new spokesman for the PSOE executive

The deputy spokesman of the PSOE at the Congress of the Deputies, Felipe Sicily, will be the new spokesman for the Federal Executive Committee of the Oscar Brid

Felipe Sicily, new spokesman for the PSOE executive

The deputy spokesman of the PSOE at the Congress of the Deputies, Felipe Sicily, will be the new spokesman for the Federal Executive Committee of the Oscar Bridge, have confirmed socialist sources.

Deputy by Jaén and Born in 1979, Sicily will be one of the new faces of the Executive, which will be renewed at the 40 Federal Congress of the PSOE, held from October 15 to 17 in Valencia.

The President of the Government and General Secretary of the PSOE, Pedro Sánchez, advanced on Friday that the new executive (more reduced than the current one) will be of "generational renewal", "female", "municipalist" and will incorporate the "reality of immigration" , while the vice-secretary general, Adriana Lastra, said it is not "Discardable" that ministers enter.

In addition to the Secretary General, it has already transcended that they will continue at Executive Lastra, the Secretary of Organization, Santos Cerdán, and Cristina Narbonne as President of the Party.

On the other hand, the mayor of Seville and General Secretary of the PSOE in Andalusia, Juan Swords, will direct the PSOE Federal Politician Council instead of President Extremado, Guillermo Fernández Vara, who will become part of the executive as a secretary of the Policy Area Autonomous

For this, the PSOE will modify the Statutes of the Party, which prevent socialist barons from being part of the Federal Management.

The Deputy Director of the Cabinet of Pedro Sánchez, Llanos Castellanos, is another of the new names of the Executive, in which they will continue although with new positions the first vice president of the Congress, the Sevillian Alfonso Rodríguez Gómez de Celis, and the government delegate in Castilla y León, Javier left.

Updated Date: 16 October 2021, 13:33

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