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Sánchez says that he will dedicate himself "body and soul" to his investiture and his "huge" waste of time makes Feijóo ugly

He will speak with the parties and civil society for a coherent agreement "with the letter and spirit" of the Constitution.

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Sánchez says that he will dedicate himself "body and soul" to his investiture and his "huge" waste of time makes Feijóo ugly

He will speak with the parties and civil society for a coherent agreement "with the letter and spirit" of the Constitution

MADRID, 15 Sep. (EUROPA PRESS) -

The acting President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, stated this Friday that he will dedicate himself "body and soul" to achieving a majority for his investiture if that of the PP leader, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, fails. Thus, he has blamed him for having subjected the country to a "huge" and "capricious" waste of time, since it is clear that he does not have a sufficient majority.

In an event at the CEOE with which he has resumed his public agenda after a week out of action after having contracted covid, Sánchez stated that he will speak with the rest of the political forces and also "with civil society" to reach an agreement that is "fully consistent with the letter and spirit of the Constitution," as he has stated.

In any case, he has made it clear that they will be respectful of the deadlines, forms and procedures, which are also part of democracy, because "all of this matters," he stressed. However, he is not going to give up pointing out that this way of acting is "harmful for society", as he has warned.

"The time does not belong to this or that candidate, the time belongs to all Spaniards and Spain has very important, very urgent things to resolve and does not have to waste time capriciously," he launched.

Therefore, he has maintained that if he receives the order from the King, he will dedicate himself "body and soul" to achieving "an authentic investiture" and will not waste time "on empty gestures."

"I will dedicate myself to dialogue with the rest of the political forces, logically also talk with civil society to forge alliances and launch a positive political project of progress and coexistence that guarantees the stability of the country and is fully consistent with the letter and spirit of our Constitution," he expressed.

Before an auditorium full of businessmen and several members of their acting Government: the third vice president and minister for the Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge, Teresa Ribera; the Minister of Foreign Affairs, José Manuel Albares; the spokesperson and Minister of Territorial Policy, Isabel Rodríguez and the Minister of Industry, Commerce and Tourism, Héctor Gómez, Sánchez has stated that if he governs he will carry out a "conciliatory" project based on the needs and aspirations of the social majority.

It will look, as he has indicated, at the short term "the coming months" and also at the challenges of the following decades and will unite them in a coherent strategy that, he highlighted, has been endorsed by the European Commission, by academics and recently "by the ballot boxes". "A project for Spain to continue moving forward and not go back to dark times," she summarized.

Sánchez, who has sought the complicity of his audience by pointing out that as people in the world of business and companies they know that "time is money" and they know the value of months, weeks and days.

"From that perspective they will allow me to say that the colossal waste of time of a candidate who, knowing his inability to build a parliamentary majority in Congress, has subjected the country to a period of so much paralysis and also so much blockade, is misunderstood." , he has reproached.

In his opinion, Feijóo seems more determined to prevent another investiture than to achieve his own and has even accused him of completely ignoring seeking his majority and, on the contrary, concentrating on avoiding any other.