Madrid (EFE) the socialist project “does not end in 2023” but rather “looks to 2030”.
The act was held in the midst of the open crisis in the coalition government of PSOE and Unidas Podemos for the reform of the law of only yes is yes, a matter to which Sánchez has not alluded at any time, who has stated that His project at the head of the Executive is “long-range.”
«Our political project does not end in 2023; our political project looks to 2030 because we want our country to be a more competitive, more educated, more cohesive country by 2030, a country that is at the forefront of Europe and that is a benchmark in many policies in Europe and the world”, has declared.
“Ours is a project called, nothing more and nothing less, socialism,” he added.
Sánchez and seven ministers in the presentation of Reyes Maroto as a candidate for the Madrid City Council
In his speech at the event, which was attended by seven socialist ministers (Nadia Calviño, Teresa Ribera, Félix Bolaños, Margarita Robles, Pilar Llop, José Manuel Albares and Fernando Grande-Marlaska), Sánchez highlighted some of the measures put in place by his Government, such as the revaluation of pensions and the new increase in the minimum interprofessional wage, and has charged against the PP.
«The cards are face up; there has been a government that has raised the minimum interprofessional wage, we have learned this week about the extraordinary benefits that banks have and we have seen how what the PP does is oppose and even appeal to the Constitutional Court the tax that what it does It is to guarantee a fair distribution, both of the burdens and of the benefits of this economic crisis that we are experiencing because of Putin’s war in Ukraine,” he said.
In this way, he has referred, without expressly mentioning it, to the Government of Isabel Díaz Ayuso, which has announced that it will appeal to the Constitutional Court the temporary solidarity tax of the Executive on great fortunes.
In addition, he has accused the right of “organizing campaigns of harassment and demolition” against the “progressive” presidents of the Government, and has indicated that both the previous leader of the PP, Pablo Casado, and the current one, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, have warned about the arrival of the “apocalypse” although finally the Spanish economy “has grown by 5.5% in 2022”.
«There are problems, of course, but Spain advances. What has no remedy is this opposition, which will have changed its facade but inside it continues the same or worse », he pointed out.
Maroto ahead of the elections: “The best for Madrid is yet to come”
Already in a Madrid electoral key, it has been made available to the leader of the PSOE of Madrid, Juan Lobato, and to the minister and candidate of the PSOE for the City Council of the capital, Reyes Maroto, with a view to the regional and municipal elections in May for « finally make the change” that, in his opinion, both governments need, in the hands of the PP.
The head of the Executive has highlighted Maroto’s ability to “solve problems”, without going so far as to give any clue as to when he will make changes in his Government to, at least, relieve her and the Minister of Health, Carolina Darias, who is a candidate for the PSOE to the City Council of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.
For his part, Reyes Maroto has stated that “the best for Madrid is yet to come”, that “he comes experienced from home” and “with good grades”, and has listed some of the commitments for his candidacy, such as building a housing stock public with 15,000 new houses for rent.
Lobato, who also spoke at the event, expressed his determination to “mobilize everyone to regenerate Madrid after 28 years” of PP governments, and responded to the Madrid president, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, who accused the party of sending him «hitmen», to call her «murderer».
“In this party there are no hitmen, in this party what there are are patriots committed to freedom, justice, equality and democracy, that is what the PSOE has, citizens committed to their country,” he added.