“It is a comparison that honestly seems quite populist,” says the minister. Teresa Ribera when he asks OKDIARY on the declaration of Isabel Diaz Ayuso after reminding the Sánchez government that “one hour of the Prime Minister’s Falcon pollutes the same as 16,000 cows.” A statement that the third vice president of the Government has made at the end of the conference she gave during the investors forum SPAIN INVERTORS DAY, directed by Benito Berceruelo, which celebrates in Madrid its XII edition these days.
“It is aimed at denouncing the use of official media when a Prime Minister is a socialist, which does not happen when he is not and I think they are not elements that can be honestly compared,” he added. Ribera.
The minister also took advantage of the occasion to make clear her opinion on the meat issue and the resignation of Minister Garzón after his controversy with macro-farms and poor-quality Spanish meat. “Regarding Minister Garzón, I do not have the impression that he should resign because of his words.”