The President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, has asked the right to stop the tension speech and comply with their “constitutional obligations”, in a direct reference to the blockade that the PP maintains to the renewal of the General Council of the Judiciary and of the constitutional Court.
The president made reference, in his appearance on Constitution Day, to the 44th anniversary of the Spanish Magna Carta, which coincides with “the current average age of Spanish men and women”. Later, the leader has made ugly the “ultraconservative opposition that are located outside the Constitution.”
“We are in a context to protect the middle and working class, to protect the two principles of freedom and equality. The social State is fundamental for a freer and more egalitarian society, for this reason, I want to vindicate the role of the Government”, he added, later emphasizing that “after a pandemic and a war in Europe, Spain is the European country with the lowest inflation has from the EU”.
Lastly, the Socialist leader ended his speech with a clear reference to the World Cup match that the Spanish team is playing on Tuesday and asked “that we have a victory against Morocco”.