The President of the Government of Spain, Pedro Sánchez, has pledged this Saturday in Seville that “next week, one out of every two Spaniards will have the complete schedule” of the Covid-19 vaccine. Sánchez wanted to launch a message against the “doomsayers” who said that Spain would not reach the promised immunization levels, confirming that 70% of the population of our country will be immunized “before the end of the summer” and highlighted “the milestone reached “this Friday of 50 million doses of the vaccine inoculated.
Sánchez has focused his speech on the fact that, despite these “doomsayers,” the central Executive continues to work “towards economic recovery” because “each stage of vaccination we carry out, we advance in the recovery of Spain.” They have come to criticize me what name to my ministers. That is the opposition we have, “he joked.” Vaccination, recovery and modernization, “he insisted. The socialist leader has also reviewed the” lessons “left by the pandemic at a global level, which he has summarized in two:” we need to reindustrialize the European continent “and” we must strengthen the public sector “, highlighting the” importance “of” digital and ecological transitions “and betting on” integrating the diversity of the country “with” socialist political measures and progress “and” new opportunities ” .
The general secretary of the PSOE has intervened in a ceremony in Seville with Juan Espadas, recently proclaimed candidate for the Presidency of the Junta de Andalucía after defeating Susana Díaz in the primaries a month ago. The mayor of Seville will be appointed next Friday secretary general of the Andalusian PSOE, while Díaz will be appointed in Parliament, also this week, senator by autonomous designation. The meeting was also attended by the Minister of Finance, María Jesús Montero, and the Socialist spokesperson in the Congress of Deputies, Adriana Lastra.
“Soon I will have you as an ally”
Sánchez, who has made no mention of the recent ruling that has considered confinement unconstitutional during the first state of alarm in Spain, has presumed that the levels of recovery in the economy are reaching before the end of the crisis in 2008. “So it took us ten years, and now we already have more Social Security affiliates than before the pandemic,” he pointed out, all of this “thanks to the response of Europe and that of a progressive government,” betting on making the productive fabric, the self-employed, and highlighting “the importance of what is public to those who have the least.”
The Socialist General Secretary has announced that at the July 30 conference of presidents he will bring “a package of 10,000 million for the demographic challenge.” He has also announced that he will take as a proposal to the autumn federal congress “that the PSOE define itself as a feminist and environmentalist party”, recalling that “all the great transformations have been carried out by the PSOE.”
He also wished to make a wink to the new socialist candidate for the Junta, Juan Espadas, with whom he wanted to “celebrate” his election and whom he wanted to “congratulate for renewing the illusion” among the Andalusian socialists, whom he also congratulated for being “example” by developing “a deeply respectful and exemplary democratic process. Sánchez has advocated that Espadas, whom he has praised for wanting to” humanize politics “, reach the Presidency of the Board to” place Andalusia at the forefront of modernization and recovery processes economic “.” Soon I will have you as an ally at the head of the Junta de Andalucía, “he finally predicted.