The third vice president of the Government and Minister of Labor and Social Economy, Yolanda Díaz, has starred this Monday in a particular encounter with the senator of the PP, María Teresa Ruiz-Sillero, during her appearance in the Committee on Labor, Inclusion, Social Security and Migrations in the Senate.

During the debate, which dealt with employment and social economy, the PP senator asked the third vice president about the benefits of the former vice president of the Government, Pablo Iglesias, as well as the PSOE’s refusal to lower VAT from 21 to 10% in the hairdressers.

“From the PP we would like to ask you for your assessment that your political boss, Pablo Iglesias, who wanted you to be a minister and then vice president, is currently charging 5,316 euros for being unemployed for 15 months. We know that it is a right that you have when you leave. as vice president, but would we like to know how this fits with the salary limitation of his political formation? “asked the ‘popular’ senator, among other things.

Yolanda Díaz’s response: “It seems to me that she has little to contribute to the Government and the country”

“I want to tell you something that worries me. I respect you very much. You are the main opposition party in our country, but I have come here to talk about my competencies, which are employment, work and the social economy and you he has taken part of the time to talk about Pablo Iglesias, the hairdressers and even the classic literature that I like, “the minister and third vice president of the country began to say to the PP senator.

However, he did not stop there, and continued: “It honestly seems to me that you have little to contribute to the Government of Spain and to our country when you spend your time on these issues. I would be delighted to share with you about classical music or literature, and even Pablo Iglesias, but I don’t think you have much to reproach us when this is your intervention “, Yolanda Díaz settled.

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