“What you already knew in Galicia, the Vice President of Labor, now we are getting to know him in Spain. And the truth is that people are not liking the experience. You already knew her, that’s why you never voted for it and it was She had to go to Madrid. Sánchez had to rescue her. ” These are the words of the Secretary General of the Popular Party, Teodoro García Egea, about the second vice president of the Government, Yolanda Díaz. Some statements that contrast with the latest data from the CIS survey, which place Díaz as the best valued leader (4.6) of the main political parties. Pablo Casado occupies the penultimate position (3.4), followed by the leader of Vox, Santiago Abascal (2.7).
Egea has taken advantage of the closure of the XVIII Provincial Congress of the PP of Ourense to criticize the Government of Sánchez and raise the dichotomy of the next Government: the Spanish will have to choose between Pablo Casado or “an alliance of radicals.”
The Minister of Labor and Social Economy is above Pedro Sánchez by one tenth. Behind it is the leader of Más País, Íñigo Errejón, who gets a note of 4.2. These positions are the same as those of the July 2021 barometer, in which Díaz was also the most valued leader with the same score, although Sánchez obtained 4.3.
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