Sánchez announces that he is going to fix more than 67,000 toilets





The president of the Government, Pedro Sanchezhas announced that next Tuesday the Council of Ministers will approve the stabilization of 67,300 health professionals of the entire administration that he sees as “a very important step” to “end the job insecurity” that Health has suffered for decades.

This has been advanced in an interview published this Sunday The countryin which he also stated that the NATO Summit held in Madrid has been a “success” that sends “a message of unity” to the Russian leader, Vladimir Putin.

Sánchez has also referred to inflation, which stood at 10.2% in June, a “bad” figure that, according to Sánchez, would be “even worse” without the government’s measures to the point of reaching 15% and without revealing how it is going to execute the tax on large energy companies, whose benefits “are neither reasonable nor affordable.”

That is why he asks “businessmen to raise wages and contain profits”, insisting on the idea that “this is an annoying government, uncomfortable for some powerful interests“.

In this context, he announced that this Tuesday the Council of Ministers is going to “approve the largest stabilization of health professionals in history of the National Health System since its creation, for which it is going to “stabilize 67,300 health professionals at all levels and from the entire Administration as a whole”, to “end precariousness in health”.

While waiting to know the details, he explains that “there have been agreed common criteria with the autonomous communities and will respond to the temporality that has existed for decades” in the sector.

The Melilla tragedy, “a violent attack” on the borders

Regarding the tragedy in Melilla, in which thirty sub-Saharans died trying to jump the fence, Sánchez admits that he has not spoken with Morocco but affirms that what happened “was a violent attack on the borders of our country, they were armed “. He highlights that beyond the victims, there were “more than 100 Moroccan gendarmes injured and more than 40 members of the Spanish State Security Forces and Bodies” in an attack for which he blames “the mafias”.

The leader of the Executive, who avoids mentioning whether our neighbor complies with human rights, does ask “rrecognize the effort that Morocco is making“, for “defending the borders of Spain”, so before asking for guarantees that this will not happen again, he considers that “Spain and Europe must also show solidarity with Morocco”.

On the other hand, Sánchez does not believe that the up to 2% increase in defense spending threatens to break the government coalition with United We Can, a measure that responds to an “international order that has changed”, that is why ask them to think about it. “We armed ourselves to dissuade Putin’s Russia,” underlines the president, who fears that the aggression in Ukraine will become chronic and could spread to other places on the eastern flank of the Alliance in the event that Putin wins the war.

Against the dark powers that seek to “overthrow the Government”

Internally, Sánchez trusts that the socialist initiative that self-amends the latest reform of the CGPJ so that the Council, in functions, can appoint two magistrates of the Constitutional Court, so that it hopes that “in the coming months” the renewal of the court of guarantees by thirds will be completed.

Also, attack the money-driven dark powers that seek to “weaken and undermine the welfare state to be able to do business” and that they have used the pandemic and the war to “try to overthrow the government” because what they want is “for us progressives to give up. And we’re not going to do it.”

Sánchez does not self-criticize his Executive and says he is “very comfortable and comfortable” with “all the ministers of the Government of Spain and the federal leadership of the PSOE”, for which he sets his goal of continuing with his legislative roadmap. He claims to take note of what happened in Andalusia where he admits the “bad result”hopes that the dialogue table of Catalonia will meet in July and does not believe that the Supreme Court will revoke the pardons of the ‘procés’.


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George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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