Susana diaz she is already a senator. The former president of the Junta de Andalucía and former leader of the PSOE in the region He has sworn his new position today after being appointed by the Andalusian Parliament. His arrival in the upper house was one of the most anticipated moments of the first plenary session on Tuesday. She has appeared in the corridor that gives access to the plenary hall flanked by several companions with a colorful green shirt with a large red rose that did not go unnoticed. «I like to talk with clothes»He declared in an informal conversation with journalists.
Before entering the chamber the new senator, who according to the images issued by the Senate in the press room has not had any contact with the president of the government, Pedro SanchezYes, you have been able to share a few words with the Minister of Justice, Pilar Llop. The former president of the Senate has wished the new Andalusian senator “good luck” in her journey in the chamber of territorial representation that in her day she was able to preside, to accept Sánchez’s offer.
Defeated in the primaries to elect secretary general of the PSOE in 2017 against Pedro Sánchez and in those that were held before the summer to elect the leader of the Andalusian federation, now Diaz will be one more of the parliamentarians that the Socialists have in the Senate. Despite the changes that have occurred in recent days in the parliamentary groups, and although his name sounded for different positions, despite the opposition of an important part of the party leadership, in the end Sánchez has not rewarded him with any more responsibility. It should be remembered that the relationship between the two has been stormy for four years, but now it is not going through its worst moment.
The iron woman of the Socialist Party in Andalusia, probably one of the Andalusians who has taken over the largest quotas of power, will now dedicate herself to the parliamentary task defending the initials of the party of which she feels enormously proud and that she once wanted to lead. Already focused on national politics, to which she had not wanted to make the leap with the desire to recover the baton of command of the Junta de Andalucía. The advance of the primaries to choose a candidate that the mayor of Seville won, Juan Espadas, cut off his wish. With a personal commitment to ease the transition to her successor, she agreed to step aside and become a senator.