Pedro Sánchez has a month of margin to carry out the restructuring of the coalition. The president met this Tuesday with Pablo Iglesias to outline the changes in the Government one day after announcing his decision to abandon it to compete in the elections of the Community of Madrid. Both reached an understanding on the general changes, but details remain to be finalized. What is already clear is that Yolanda Díaz will be the third vice president, while the second will be occupied by the Minister of Economy, Nadia Calviño. The change of order (Iglesias was until now the second vice president) has been a requirement of the PSOE to allow Díaz to retain the Ministry of Labor. A modification that United We can consider more “symbolic” than real and that does not modify, they assure, the distribution of portfolios within the coalition, in which Ione Belarra will be the new Minister of Social Rights and Agenda 2030 to replace Churches.
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