Yolanda Diaz insists that the Pegasus case not be shelved. The second vice-president of the Government has demanded this Saturday that more measures are taken after the espionage scandal politician, for which the telephones of the President of the Executive, Pedro Sánchez, and the Ministers of the Interior and Defense, Fernando Grande Marlaska and Margarita Robles, were tapped. “it’s serious enough so that the necessary measures are taken”, added the also Minister of Labour.
Speaking to the press after attending the inauguration of Alfonso Rueda as president of the Xunta, Díaz declined to confirm whether this episode continues to strain relations between the two partners of the coalition government, but reiterated that “we are dealing with a matter most severe and the Government of Spain, as you know, took the measures that I had to adopt.
It has also anticipated that the appropriate decisions will continue to be made to “preserve fundamental rights” and, therefore, the “security of the State”. “Let’s not forget that the President of the Government was spied on”, and the situation has been “serious enough for the necessary measures to be taken”, the Galician Chamber has emphasized.
Prepare your “listening process”
Díaz has remarked this Saturday that he will begin his listening process after the Andalusian elections and has assured that she is “excited” because she believes that “there is an alternative”.
In statements to the press after the inauguration of Alfonso Rueda as president of the Xunta, he pointed out that today’s trip to Galicia, his “land”, has been a “round trip” and although he would like to stay longer time, will return shortly during his listening process, once the Andalusian elections are over.
“Do not doubt that as soon as the Andalusian electoral campaign ends, I will start touring the whole of the country in a process in which I want to listen to the sectors of our country and the proposals and recipes” to face a way out of the crisis, he told the media.
In this process, Galicia will be, “without a doubt, one of the most important and central places”, Díaz has pointed out, who has participated in popular unity candidacy processes since 2012 with Alternativa Galega de Esquerdas.
The vice-president has remarked that “Galicia has cultural, social and linguistic problems that make us different and, therefore, they need a different look”. Finally, she has deepened that she is “excited” with this project because she believes that, at the state level, there is an “alternative” and the country “wants to have hope”.