Oscar Puente (Transportation), Felix Bolaños (Presidency, Justice and Relations with the Courts) and Maria Jesus Montero (Treasury) are the only socialist ministers who They will not renounce their record as deputieswhile eight members of the Executive will do soPSOE sources have confirmed to EFE.
The eight socialist ministers who have decided to resign from their minutes in Congress have done so to focus on his government workso that the seats they leave will be occupied by other candidates from the PSOE lists for 23J, the same sources have clarified.
These are José Manuel Albares (Exterior), Teresa Ribera (Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge), Margarita Robles (Defense), Fernando Grande Marlaska (Interior), Pilar Alegría (Education), Luis Planas (Agriculture, Fishing and Food), Isabel Rodríguez (Housing and Urban Agenda) and Diana Morant (Science and Universities).
Ribera, Albares and Robles are deputies for Madrid, while Marlaska occupies a seat for Cádiz, Alegría for Zaragoza, Planas for Córdoba, Rodríguez for Ciudad Real and Morant for Valencia.
On the PSOE lists The 23J elections were attended by on the lists to the Congress of Deputies practically all of those who were ministers of Pedro Sánchez in the last legislature, and only Nadia Calviño, who now repeats as head of Economy, resigned; José Luis Escrivá, appointed Minister of Digital Transformation; and the former Minister of Justice, Pilar Llop.