Toni Nadal joins the new PP Foundation


The PP announced on Monday the first incorporations in the new foundation that the party will soon launch, including one of the Tony Nadaltennis player’s uncle Rafael Nadalwhere he has been his coach for 27 years, and is currently the sports director of Rafael Nadal Academyin Manacor (Mallorca).

The PP foundation will be led by the former president of Renfe and the Foundation for Applied Economics Studies (FEDEA) Pablo Vazquezwith the main objective of “attracting talent and experience”, so that its members can contribute “added value to politics in general and to the PP in particular”.

Together with Toni Nadal, the journalist Pilar García de la Granja, who also leads the Querer Foundation, which promotes multidisciplinary working groups capable of diagnosing and investigating neurological disorders related to language, is will also participate in this project, the PP explained in a communiqué announcing that both entries were agreed upon by the party leader, Alberto Núñez Feijóo.

De Nadal, the PP president “especially appreciates his extensive experience in sports management and his firm defense of the values ​​of effort and capacity.”

At the meeting of the National Executive Committee of the PP held this morning, Feijóo announced that he wants to give “new impetus” to the foundation of the party thanks to the people “whose sole purpose is to work for Spain and contribute their knowledge and experience.”

“The new incorporations will contribute their ideas to build a solid alternative to the Government of Pedro Sánchez“, emphasizes the note of the Popular Party.

Source: La Verdad


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