Andueza warns those who “play with an abrupt end” of the Sánchez legislature that “it won’t happen”


The general secretary of the PSE-EE has assured that the Executive “has a reel for a long time”, stressing that the “only alternative” would be the sum of the PP with the far right, citing Vox.

Euskaraz irakurri: Legegintzaldiaren “amaiera malkartsuarekin jokatzen dutenei” hori ez dela gertatuko ohartarazi die Anduezak

The General Secretary of the PSE-EE, Eneko Anduezawarned those “who are toying with the idea of ​​an abrupt end to the legislature” that “that will not happen”because the Spanish government under Pedro Sánchez has “rinse for a while”

Andueza took part this Saturday, together with the secretary of the organization of the PSOE, Santos Cerdán, in the inauguration of the new mansion Froilan Elespe from Lasarte-Oria (Gipuzkoa). The general secretary of the PSE-EE of Gipuzkoa, José Ignacio Asensio, and the mayor of Lasarte, Agustín Valdivia, also took part in the act.

In addition, numerous socialist leaders and militants took part, such as Idoia Mendia, Miguel Ángel Morales, Jesús Eguiguren, the former mayor of Lasarte, Ana Urchueguía, the deputy of the central government in Euskadi, Denis Itxaso, the regional deputy Rafaela Romero and the councilor Iñaki Arriola.

Andueza has pointed out that we live in “difficult, terrible times, plagued by insecurities”, for families and for businesses, where “people need answers” and governments “solutions”such as those “offering the socialists” of the executives.

On the other hand, Andueza has warned that in recent weeks “some forces are toying with the idea of ​​an abrupt end to the legislature”, but “no matter how much effort they put into this issue, it’s not going to happen”.

In his opinion, the Spanish government led by Pedro Sánchez “has a reel and has a reel for a long time” because “there is a project for the future, there is determination, there is leadership, there is unity and above all, the only alternative Get on the sum of the PP with the extreme right (Vox) and the shame of anyone who wants to jump on that bandwagon and cripple all the progress we’ve made over the years.”

Finally, Andueza pointed out that the socialists will continue to “promote rights, expand services and provide answers to today’s problems and prepare the country for tomorrow’s transformations”.

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Source: EITB


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