Grande-Marlaska calls for change in PSdeG after years of passive politics in Galicia


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The Minister of the Interior, Fernando Grande-Marlaska, met with the provincial secretary of the PSOE of Lugo, José Tomé, in Monforte de Lemos. He believes that now is the perfect time for the PSdeG to take over the Xunta after years of passive politics. Grande-Marlaska emphasized the need for change in Galician society, stating that there has been a lack of attention to public services and industry.

According to Grande-Marlaska, Galicia has lost two out of every 10 jobs in the last 15 years. He believes that the government of Spain, under Pedro Sánchez, has been focused on innovation, reindustrialization, and reconversion. The goal for the socialists is to bring Galicia back to its former glory, with industry representing 20% of the GDP.

Grande-Marlaska argued that Galicia deserves better and should be led by the PSOE and José Ramón Gómez Besteiro. He criticized the right for their inability to manage and provide serious criticism of the progressive government’s management. He highlighted measures taken by Pedro Sánchez’s Executive, such as updating pensions according to the CPI and increasing the interprofessional minimum wage to ensure that the majority of society can live with dignity.

The Minister believes that it is time for the Socialist Party of Galicia and the Spanish Socialist Workers Party to lead Galicia into the future with a new management that promotes economic growth and social policies. He emphasized the importance of territorial cohesion in achieving these goals.

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