Isabel Díaz Ayuso, in ‘My house is yours’: "I wrote to Felipe González when I was 8 years old to tell him that everything was fatal"

The new season of My house is yours saw the light this Thursday and did it with Isabel Díaz Ayuso as the protagonist. A) Yes, Bertín Osborne interviewed the President of the Community of Madrid in which he tried to reach the most personal – and unknown – part of politics.

She reviewed her life since she was born in the Madrid neighborhood of Chamberí, where she remains despite having passed through various homes. About his childhood, Ayuso said that he was a very curious girl with a great inner world. She assured that she used to ask herself questions of an adult, and that she was also a very critical child.

So much so, that he wrote letters in which he showed his indignation to the media and politicians. Especially noteworthy is one that he recalled in the format, whose recipient was Felipe González.

“I wrote to tell you that everything was fatal, I was worried about the environmentWhat about that … the kind of issues that children tend to worry about, “he recalled. And not only that, but the former president responded in another letter.

In it, he told little Ayuso not to worry, that the central government was pending on these issues and that they would find a solution. “I always tell it and I really appreciate that you answered me, although I have never been able to thank you in person“, he concluded.


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