The controversy over the macro-farms of the Minister of Consumption, Alberto Garzón, continues to create harshness in Spanish politics. After the disapproval of Garzón’s words by the socialist wing of the Government, including that of President Pedro Sánchez, the President of Castilla-La Mancha, Emiliano García-Páge has dedicated some statements to the minister on Tuesday.
“I think he has been wrong in his assessment”, He began by responding during a press conference on Tuesday, then adding in a much more humorous tone that he would like to “invite” you to go with him to visit these farms. “I want to personally invite you to visit with me a meat company in Castilla-La Mancha, because otherwise I see that you are going to spend your life without being able to order a cold meat in a restaurant or a steak. So that I can do it and I know the sambenito above, because you have to know the meat industry of the autonomous community which, like that of all Spain, has extraordinary levels of quality and guarantee “
“That each one asks for what he wants: sushi, being vegan, as if he wants to go on a 20-hour diet, as there are people who do not eat anything … What cannot be discussed is the quality, which is extraordinary,” he acknowledged. before the press Page. “If you do me the favor, and I do it to him too, because I have a good personal impression of Mr. Garzón, I invite him to visit a company and when he knows how the agri-food industry works from the inside and how it works, which is an example very clear about what happens in Aragon and Castilla y León, you will see how the problem goes to better terms“, said the Castilian-La Mancha president.
On whether this question could affect the coalition government, García-Page recalled that he “has had experience of coalition governments”, so he “knows exactly what it is about. Do not think that the blood will reach the River, controversies and differences of opinion are normal, it does not happen the least “.
“The position Regarding the livestock sector, the maraca, the Minister of Agriculture, which has made it very clear. I sincerely believe that Minister Garzón must be given the possibility of knowing at a consumption level what the agri-food industry really is, which is immense and provides thousands and thousands of jobs, “said Page, who has finished commenting on the controversy adding that what he wants “is that the man (Garzón) can eat a cold meat tomorrow or he can order a chorizo and go to a butcher to order a steak”