The Minister of Territorial Administration and Public Function, Carolina Darias, assured this Wednesday that “there is no reason to be” that the authorization for children to go for walks is “pointed to by one or the other”, but that the important thing is that all members of the Government “communicate the action” of the Executive.
Darias expressed himself in an interview in ‘Las mañanas de RNE’, collected by Europa Press, after the second vice president of Social Rights, Pablo Iglesias, announced the Government’s rectification of children’s walks before the appearance of the Health Minister, Salvador Illa.
It was Iglesias himself who, through the social network Twitter, gave an account of the decision taken by the Executive late on Tuesday afternoon. “What I appreciate is that the Government’s action is one, despite the fact that there are different voices,” said Darias.
In this sense, the minister has insisted that the Government acts in a “coordinated manner” and always “attend to the experts and the autonomous communities.” “The president announced it last Saturday, and it is he who presides over the highest body. There is no reason for one or the other to write it down beyond spreading what the government’s message is,” he said.
NO “BEST DECISION” MADE
However, Darias has taken iron from the Executive’s correction, which initially only allowed children under 14 to leave the house with their parents to go to supermarkets or the pharmacy. “What the government has tried to do is go prudently, but it is clear that this government listens and is humble,” he added.
For his part, the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Luis Planas, has acknowledged that the Executive’s rectification is not “a normal situation”. “I understand the surprise,” he asserted, to later explain that it is not usual for “a norm” to have a “scope and then expand.”
“But we are in a situation, traveling a path in which there is no route map. No one can buy it because it has not been traveled,” he justified in an interview on Onda Cero, in which, with everything, he celebrated that “well is what ends well. “
In this sense, Planas has stressed that the decision announced by Illa “is the one that corresponds” and “improves the situation”. “In life, you have to be able to make decisions and modify them when you are aware that you have not made the best decision,” he said.