The Government proposes to the former Minister Isabel Celaá as a new ambassador in the Vatican

The Government has proposed to the Exministration of Vocational Education and Training, Isabel Celaá, as a new Ambassador of the Vatican, a position so that the

The Government proposes to the former Minister Isabel Celaá as a new ambassador in the Vatican

The Government has proposed to the Exministration of Vocational Education and Training, Isabel Celaá, as a new Ambassador of the Vatican, a position so that the Holy See must give the PLACET before accessing it, according to Eldiary.es and have confirmed A Europe Press Government Sources.

Celaá would then replace Carmen de la Peña Corruera that since November 2018 occupies the diplomatic position in the Vatican. The former minister left the executive at the latest remodelation of July and left the education and professional training portfolio to Pilar Alegría. She was also a spokesman for the Government in the first Legislature of Pedro Sánchez, a position that she gave to the current holder of Finance and public function, María Jesús Montero.

The former Minister, Profession Professor, exercised as Minister of Education, Universities and Research in the Government of the PSE-EE, chaired by Patxi López, from 2009 to 2012. He promoted the reform of Basque public education, betting on trilying and the incorporation of new technologies into school centers.

He began his institutional responsibilities on education in 1987 to subsequently occupy, in the Basque Parliament, vocal positions in the Committee on Agriculture and Fisheries, as well as in the Health Commission and the Committee on Education and Culture, among other positions, In the VI Legislature of the Basque Government, where it was a parliamentarian of the Basque Socialist Group-Euskal Sozialistak.

In this way, Celaá follows the steps of the former Minister of Culture and Sport José Manuel Rodríguez Uribes, who was appointed by the Council of Ministers as a new ambassador to UNESCO after his departure from the Executive. According to the Association of Spanish diplomats (ADE), there are five 'political' ambassadors: in Andorra, Angel Ros Sunday; that of Cuba, Ángel Martín Peccis; that of the OAS, Carmen pile, and that of the OECD, Manuel María Escudero.

Date Of Update: 08 December 2021, 07:04

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