Speaking to laSexta, collected by Europa Press, the former vice president of Coca-Cola said that when his first daughter will be born with soprano Angélica de la Riva, he will be "absolutely involved in the care" of her baby.
"But I'm not going to show off, I'm not going to make this a circus, I probably will not take my newborn girl to Congress to have her take pictures," he said.
In 2016, the deputy of Podemos Carolina Bescansa surprised taking her five-month-old baby to the constitutive session of the Congress, something that her party explained as a symbolic gesture for "all women who have to be able to reconcile family and work life".
"I'M GOING TO BE WHERE SPAIN NEEDS ME"
When asked if he will enjoy paternity leave as the leader of Podemos, Pablo Iglesias - who has been at home for three months taking care of his twins, who were born prematurely - has answered in the first place that he He was "single father" during a time of his life in which he raised only one of his older children. "I know exactly what it is to take care of a child," he said.
Having said this, he added: "If I am necessary, fortunately both my wife and I will be able to have help, I will be where Spain needs me right now and I will not use paternity to show off in front of anyone because I have to prove anything to anyone. "