Monday, September 25

Casado and Garamendi proclaim their harmony after the friction over the labor reform: “Maybe we have to do like John Lennon and Yoko Ono”

  • The leader of the CEOE charges against the “occurrences” of Yolanda Díaz to increase the co-management of workers in companies

The relationships between the great patronal Spanish and the main party of the right, the PP, are not going through their best moment after the conflicting positions in relation to the new labor reform. The CEOE supports and endorses it, despite their internal differences, and the formation led by Paul Married He has already advanced that he will vote against it. A historically unusual divergence of positions that has forced the top representatives of both organizations to proclaim their agreement this Monday at the Hotusa Explora 2022 forum and exchange compliments.

“Since we’re in a hotel, we might as well end up doing like John Lennon Y Yoko Ono -I don’t know who would be John Lennon and who would be Yoko Ono-, go up to a room and spend a week and receive the press so that they could see that this relationship is like that. The work we do is perfectly compatible with the positions that the Popular Party may have regarding the decisions they make in Parliament”, declared the president of CEOE, Antonio Garamendi.

“One of the things that has made me most happy is who I share the table with,” the leader of the PP, Pablo Casado, began by saying. “The CEOE has never given us any indication of what it considered we should do and the PP has never contacted the CEOE other than to thank the work it is doing for all Spaniards and especially for those who pay the payroll of the Spaniards, who are the businessmen”, he stated.

Wink at Ayuso and stick to Yolanda Díaz

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During the day, the leader of the businessmen has externalized his harmony with the PP, both with its current maximum leader (and his affines, such as the Madrid mayor Jose Luis Almeida), as with the president of the CAM, Isabel Diaz Ayuso. “I like Madrid-style taxes and I like how the Madrid-style pandemic has been managed, […] manage differently without suffocating companies”, declared Garamendi.

Flowers for the PP and dialectical stick blows for United We Can. The president of CEOE has charged against “occurrences” such as “meat”, from the Minister of Consumption, Alberto Garzon, or the “co-management” in the companies that the second vice president wants to promote, Yolanda Diaz. “It would ruin all of us here present,” said Garamendi. “The occurrences give an image that is not good for the country,” he added.