Sánchez, to the rescue: defends that the PSOE is with the ranchers and asks to close the shoulder with the labor reform

The Government formed by the PSOE and the United can be two rounds in the Sun. This Thursday, the first coalition executive has held its second anniversary and

Sánchez, to the rescue: defends that the PSOE is with the ranchers and asks to close the shoulder with the labor reform

The Government formed by the PSOE and the United can be two rounds in the Sun. This Thursday, the first coalition executive has held its second anniversary and has entered the "Ecuador of the Legislature", as Socialists define, with "Fortaleza" and decision.

"We crossed Ecuador claiming the strength of our Social Democratic project," said government president and Socialist General Secretary, Pedro Sánchez, during his speech in the Federal PSOE Committee held this Thursday in Madrid.

A meeting in which the head of the executive has highlighted the progress made despite the difficulties derived from the pandemic. "This Government has not surrendered," explained Sánchez, who has taken advantage of his speech to, among several issues, show the support of the PSOE to the farmers after the controversial statements of Alberto Garzón and ask for the rest of political forces that "arouse the Shoulder "To validate the labor reform in Congress, whose agreement between employers and unions has occurred in recent days.

A remodeling that rejects the opposition, but that generates suspicion between several of its partners in the lower house, such as ERC or Eh Bildu, who amague with knocking down their approval.

"We ask all the political forces to join the agreement, which they arouse this time the shoulder", "the government's president" formally requested ". "There are arguments, there are plenty of reasons to defend this agreement," he said, as measures to alleviate "high unemployment" or precariousness, online to the European "requirements", or "improvement" of ERTE.

Thus, one of the first objectives to be met by the coalition government is to achieve the support of its parliamentary partners to carry out the project designed by the Second Vice President, Yolanda Díaz: "It is a good reform for Spain to grow in economics and employment" He has insisted Sánchez.

The most difficult the executive has to convince right. In recent days, from the Popular Party there has been a debate about the sense of vote against this reform, but finally the main party of the opposition will vote against its validation. "What interest does the opposition defend if it is reluctant to defend the interests of employers and also of the workers?", Sánchez has been asked. "What do you put above the interests of Spain?"

In its intervention, about 40 minutes, Sánchez has had a wink with the primary sector during the enumeration of progress made in these two years by the coalition government, after the controversial arising about those discussed words of the Minister of Consumer Alberto Garzón, in the British press on the quality of the meat that exports intensive livestock in our country.

"The PSOE complies with our primary sector, with our farmers and ranchers, approving the CAP and also approved the Food Chain Law," the president has briefly expressed, with the exposed days ago by the government spokesman, Isabel Rodríguez.

However, the controversial message of Garzón has not entered the Federal Committee of the PSOE and has not been mentured by Pedro Sánchez or by Luis Tudanca. Of course, various socialist barons have pronounced on the matter before, upon arrival at the Congress of the Party.

The president of Castilla-La Mancha, Emiliano García-page, has employed a saying to define the management of the Minister of Consumer: "When the devil has nothing to do, kill flies with the tail."

Other autonomous leaders, such as Salvador Illa, have emphasized that the words of Garzón - although the minister insisted that he spoke as government representative - went on a personal capacity. He has also expressed that the Spanish primary sector "has quality standards that proud of all Spaniards," according to Europe Press.

Sánchez has devoted a few seconds, in addition, to vindicate the European Commission not to give "steps back" by considering gas and nuclear energy as green energies.

"Europe can not take steps by qualifying from green energy what is not", has requested the president, who has assured that "the Government of Spain is opposed to this proposal."

The "rupture bet" of the Executive, as several members of the Council of Ministers have already expressed in recent days, passed through renewable energies, has expressed Sánchez.

Updated Date: 07 January 2022, 07:03

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