The President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, has made this Thursday balance of the political course that ends and he will present a report on the fulfillment during the first semester of the year of the commitments contracted in his investiture.
In his appearance, Sánchez affirmed that the Government has met 32% of its commitments. “In just a year and a half of the legislature, almost all of the commitments have been initiated and 1 in 3 have been fulfilled,” he assured.
Thus, Sánchez ensures that his government is making progress on the roadmap. “This is the moment in which each one must decide if they want to advance or block,” he said. “The Government is committed to moving forward without leaving anyone behind, and if someone wants to settle into negativity, they will not find the Government of Spain.”
Sánchez appears at the Palacio de la Moncloa in the now traditional press conference before the summer break, to make a analysis of political and economic events of the last months and expose your expectations until the end of the year.
The president has said that despite the drama that Spain has experienced due to the pandemic, a new chapter is now opening in the country’s history.
“We have spent months to overcome the pandemic, now the opportunity is opening to reap all those fruits. We are going to recover our economy, our employment and industrial activity,” he said.
He has also made a new reference to the opposition, saying: “After a very hard time, it’s time to choose between recovery or tension.”
“A destructive opposition does not take place, there is no space for it,” he added later when asked by a journalist. “The Government has decided for the recovery, each one must decide between tension or recovery.”
His epigraph is ‘Fulfilling’, the same as the one presented in December of last year and in which it was stated that 23.4 percent of the promises made at his inauguration were already a reality.
That document explained that there were 1,238 commitments made and that 90.9 percent of them were already being worked on.
In the report that will be presented this Thursday, the data provided eight months ago will be updated.