Sánchez receives this Monday in Moncloa a group of citizens to open the political course
The President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, opens the political course this Monday by receiving fifty citizens at the Palacio de la Moncloa with whom he will exchange impressions on the forecasts and priorities of the Executive for the coming months. According to Moncloa, it is an unprecedented format with which citizens are intended to be protagonists of the act and can present their concerns and proposals to the president directly and publicly.
The last two years, Sánchez had kicked off the political course by presenting his plans and priorities with a solemn conference before representatives of civil society, businessmen and members of the Ibex-35, personalities from the world of culture and social agents.
The Minister of the Presidency and Relations with the Courts, Félix Bolaños, has revealed that, since Sánchez became president, around 250,000 citizens have gone to the Presidential Palace to express their concerns, criticize or also praise the Government. From this short list fifty have come out of those chosen to debate this Monday with the chief executive. His messages to Moncloa are for the Government "an advance thermometer of the mood of public opinion and help to identify problems, trends and also possible solutions."
With information from Europe Press.