The government spokesperson minister, María Jesús Montero, has ruled out internal tensions within the Executive branch following the words of the second vice president, Pablo Iglesias, admitting communication “errors” in the coronavirus crisis. “We are a cohesive government,” he said.
This was Montero’s response when asked at the press conference after the Council of Ministers about the protests by Churches, who asked for forgiveness for the confusion created by the Government itself when explaining to citizens the conditions in which children could go outside.
Apology request that occurred just 24 hours after it was María Jesús Montero herself that detailed in a press conference conditions that within a few hours the Government corrected.
In the same line of Churches, the Minister of Equality, Irene Montero, has spoken this Friday, who has acknowledged that the Government made a communication error when the conditions in which it would allow children under 14 to go out into the street.
Despite these words, the minister spokesperson has insisted that the Government is “united” and “strong” and “working tirelessly” to fight the coronavirus crisis and its consequences.