He defends that the PSOE manages the economy "better" and affirms that "it is worth it" to negotiate with Junts to approve social measures
The President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, has claimed the "temperance" of his Executive in the face of "the insults and disqualifications" of a "misguided and lacking opposition", while he has affirmed that the socialists manage the economy "better" than as The PP did it with some "miracles" that ended "in jail."
He said this during his speech at a party event in Lugo ahead of the Galician elections, where he assured that the opposition "makes so much noise" because "they cannot justify" why they vote against some social measures and because they want demobilize the progressive electorate.
"We suffer from a disoriented and lacking opposition, and before it there is a Government with a clear course and with temperance as a way of doing politics," said the also general secretary of the socialists, who has advanced that in this legislature he will make sobriety a way "of doing useful politics in the face of the insults and sterile cries of the right and the extreme right."
Likewise, he has attacked the 'popular' for their rejection of the anti-crisis decrees that the Government managed to approve in Congress with the support of Junts. According to Sánchez, the PP voted 'no' to the measures because "they don't like the amnesty." But what will the amnesty have to do with protecting families from rising prices or ensuring that young people have free public transportation?" he criticized.
Sánchez has also claimed that the socialists know how to manage the economy "better" compared to the "miracles" of the PP in his last stage at the head of the Government, pointing out in turn that "there are many crises" but that the important thing is how they are managed.
"We do not work miracles, but we do manage the economy much better than the right. Do you know why? Because we put it at the service of the people, of the social majority," indicated the President of the Government, who recalled that the PP "cut the welfare state" with the financial crisis while the PSOE reinforced it with the crisis derived from the pandemic and international conflicts.
In this sense, he recalled that the leader of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, denied in the July 23 campaign that his party voted against the revaluation of pensions and "he has done it again." For this reason, he has called to leave the opposition "with its lies" in the face of "the data" of the Government of Spain.
"OF COURSE IT'S WORTH IT"
The leader of the PSOE has referred to the criticism that the opposition launches against him for his agreements with the pro-independence parties, ensuring that "of course it is worth it" to face difficulties in negotiating in Congress if measures are later approved for pensioners, for young people or those who earn the minimum wage.
"Of course it is worth governing and carrying forward progressive policies in this country," Sánchez has delved, ironically saying that unlike the president of the PP, he does want to be president of the Government because "there are many things" that socialists "should and can do" from politics.