MADRID, 31 Ago. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The leader of Sumar, Yolanda Díaz, has welcomed the proposal launched this Thursday by the Basque lehendakari Íñigo Urkullu to hold a constitutional convention to reinterpret the Constitution in territorial matters, while she has defended the creation of a new territorial agreement "that has to do with multinational Spain, with a diverse country".
The also second vice president and acting Minister of Labor has stressed that the new legislature has to work on a new territorial agreement. In his opinion, Spain has to advance on "two roads": "the social agenda and the territorial agenda", he stressed in statements to the media before attending the premiere of Suzie Miller's theatrical monologue 'Prima facie', at the Teatros of the Canal, in Madrid.
At another point, when asked about the various interpretations in the case of the kiss of the suspended president of the Royal Spanish Football Federation, Luis Rubiales, to the player Jenni Hermoso, the acting minister has asked for "speed" with it.
"From Sumar we believe that we are going too late. To this day we are still in the same circumstances that we were in since August 20 and it has been FIFA that has had to provisionally suspend Rubiales", Díaz pointed out after congratulating the footballer Aitana Bonmatí, who was awarded this Thursday as the best UEFA player of the 2022/23 season.
In line, he has insisted that Spain "does not allow macho attacks", as he has described Rubiales' gesture with Jenni Hermoso in the final of the Women's Soccer World Cup.
On the other hand, asked about the statements of the president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, who has described as "inexperienced" the appeal of the Popular Party to the PSOE so that the 'socialists' let the leader of the PP, Alberto Núñez, govern Feijóo, Díaz has stressed that the 'popular' are in an "unprecedented deep crisis".
"The fact that Ayuso challenges the political position of the PP president tells us exactly that," he pointed out, at the same time censuring the Popular Party's proposal that he has described as "failed."