Miguel Ángel Oliver returns to Mediaset after his passage through the government

Miguel Ángel Oliver will be part of the Template of Mediaset after having been working on the government for three years. Between 2018 and 2021 he was the sec

Miguel Ángel Oliver returns to Mediaset after his passage through the government

Miguel Ángel Oliver will be part of the Template of Mediaset after having been working on the government for three years. Between 2018 and 2021 he was the secretary of state of communication, since he arrived after the motion of censorship to Mariano Rajoy.

On July 21, Madrileño was ceased from his position. Eight days later, the re-entry of it was authorized in Mediaset, as indicated by the Portal of the Transparency of State Administration. At the moment it is unknown what Oliver's work will be in the communication group.

The journalist was the driver of the four news edition that was issued at 8:00 p.m., but the chain no longer has this informative. The professionals who worked in the format moved to the Nius team, the company's digital newspaper, so it is possible that the presenter will follow the steps of his colleagues.

Miguel Ángel Oliver is a degree in Journalism from the Complutense University of Madrid and has a long trajectory on the radio. Much of Him's career developed it in chain to be, where he was the 20th hour director, Deputy Director of Time 25 and Substitute of Iñaki Gabilondo in today.

In 2005 he took the leap to television to direct and present news four weekend. In 2014 he went to the four news edition that was issued from Monday to Friday at 8:00 p.m. He was also the matching driver, a political debate program in four.

The journalist has seen his work recognized with awards as a golden antenna of television, two silver antennas, an Iris Award from the Academy of Television and a Waves Award for 10 hour.

Oliver shared a message on his Twitter account on the day that the BOE published his cessation: "For my profession and to myself, the words of Guillermo de Baskerville A Adso, will always be a sincere question than a thousand false truths" .

In his text he also included a few words of thanks for the president of the Government: "Thank you, Pedro Sánchez, and many successes. Spain and Europe deserve all our effort."

Francesc Vallès, ex duty of the PSC, replaced Miguel Ángel Oliver as Secretary of Communication last July. The Catalan published in his Twitter account a photo of the day he took possession of the position.

"It is a great honor to which I will respond with tenacity, responsibility and great enthusiasm, thanks to all the team that integrates this secretariat, together and together we will address the goals that lie ahead of it." He wrote. "

Updated Date: 15 October 2021, 13:01

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