LASEXTA premieres this Sunday, at 21.25, a special one of Évole, in which Jordi Évole interviews exclusively to Ivan Round, the influential former advisor by President Pedro Sánchez, who breaks his silence in this interview. The special of Évole will be available at Atresplayer Premium and can also be seen outside Spain in the international version of the platform and antenna 3 International.
Round Ivan is one of the people who accumulated the most and of the least knew. He has been said that he was the one who handled the Government's threads in the shade, the fifth vice president, such was the power that accumulated. Ivan Round was the director of Cabinet of Presidency of Pedro Sánchez until last July, by surprise, he left the government.
The one of Évole of this Sunday, will serve as a portrait of an atypical advisor: I had never come to run the president's cabinet someone outside the party, as is his case. Round, which not only does not belong to the PSOE but had advised the PP, he bet of working with Pedro Sánchez in 2017, when nobody gave a tough for him. The result: After reconquering the General Secretariat of the PSOE, Sanchez won a motion of censorship and reached the presidency of the government.
In front of Jordi Évole, the president's exaser talks about his relationship with Pedro Sánchez, his accumulation of power and his surprising departure from the Government on July 10. Was he, as he has always defended, or threw him as he assured the Sánchez environment?
Évole questions him about key events of his time with Sánchez in a talk that alternates relaxing moments with others of more tension: was his idea his censure motion? Did you force the electoral repetition of 2019 by strategy? Was she hiding after the fiasco with Joe Biden? Would he advise Pablo married if he asked him? Will Pedro Sánchez vote in the next elections?
The talk between the two will serve to know the one who has been, despite the power and influence that accumulated, almost a stranger for the great public. Up to now.Updated Date: 04 October 2021, 00:12