Pedro Sánchez will leave the execution of the government crisis until after the motion of no confidence, which will be held on March 21 and 22. After speculation that the changes in La Moncloa could take place this week, the president has cleared up the doubt during his participation this Wednesday in the Spanish-Portuguese Summit that was held this Wednesday.
As confirmed, the remodeling "will logically be circumscribed" to the two ministers who are going to be candidates in the municipal elections on May 28. Carolina Darias, head of the Health portfolio, and Reyes Maroto, from Industry, will aspire to be mayors of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and Madrid.
"I recognize that they have done an extraordinary job and that I am going to miss them personally and politically," said Sánchez. "They also have very important tasks ahead of them and I wish them in this case as general secretary of the PSOE all the luck in the world," he added.
Regarding the possibility that Yolanda Díez and other ministers of United We Can also participate on behalf of the Government in the motion of censure next week, the president has preferred not to reveal "the parliamentary strategy". He has also thanked the "good tone" of the candidate to evict him from La Moncloa, Ramón Tamames, and has indicated that they will have an "interesting debate".
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