Tamames asks by letter for ideas for the motion of no confidence: "Imagination is needed to improve Spain"

Ramon Tamamesthe Vox candidate for the motion of no confidence against the Government of Pedro Sanchez, has asked citizens by letter to send him proposals and suggestions that they consider “interesting” in order to incorporate them into the speech he will deliver in Congress. The date of the debate on this motion is still unknown. “Imagination is needed to improve Spain,” he defends.

In this letter, Tamames emphasizes that “any ideas of personal experiences and interesting projects will be welcome” in view of the arguments that he will present to try to censor the Sánchez Executive.

«I think imagination is needed to have a more enterprising country, less dependent on subsidies and gifts from power, etc. New ideas is what is needed and criticism of the methods followed at this time in so many manifestations of the constitutional order, attacked and distorted through various channels, “says the economist in the letter to which the agency has had access efe.

Last Tuesday, the Congress Table admitted Vox’s motion for processing by verifying that it meets all the requirements. The president of the Lower House, the socialist Meritxell Batet, is now in charge of signing the date of the debate and voting. These data are still unknown.

Ramón Tamames will participate next Tuesday in a round table organized by the Royal Academy of Moral and Economic Sciences in memory of Enrique Fuentes Quintana, who was a minister in the Government of Adolfo Suárez and one of the architects of the Moncloa Pacts, who died in 2007 .

Former deputy of the PCE

Tamames was born in 1933 in Madrid. He began his political career as a student activist in the 1950s. He was a member of the PCE during the Franco dictatorship. He was briefly imprisoned twice, the first time in the 1950s for participating in a student congress and the other time in the 1970s for participating in the Democratic Coordination body, which opposed the Franco regime. Already in democracy, was deputy of the PCE in Congress and participated in the approval of the 1978 Constitution.

Between 1979 and 1981 he was a councilor and first deputy mayor in the Madrid City Council for the communist ranks, with Enrique Tierno Galvan in front of the Consistory of the capital. In 1985, he left the ranks of the PCE and joined the IU, a formation that he helped found. He became a parliamentarian in the Lower House of this party until 1989. That same year, he joined the ranks of the Democratic and Social Center, founded by Adolfo Suarezwhen he had not yet left his seat.

Shortly after, he opted to retire from politics to pursue his professional career. He is currently a professor of economics and Doctor Honoris Causa by the Rey Juan Carlos University. He is the author of outstanding works such as Economic structure of Spain (1960), Franco’s era (1973), The European Union and the Euro (1997) or the chinese century (2007).

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