The Lehendakari, Iñigo Urkullu, on Thursday urged the political parties that have obtained "greater representation" in the last general elections to put "hands to work" to reconcile programs and form Government.
Speaking to the media after visiting an institute in Bilbao, Urkullu has called for training to "move from words to deeds" because, as he stressed, "it is necessary to assume with facts the willingness to reconcile programs."
"I do not know if that work is being done or is in a declarative space, and nothing else," he said.
For the Lehendakari, the current situation is "detrimental" and he has considered that the parties "should sit down to assess the priorities of the State and the response of the State to those priorities".
"I hope that the responsibilities of each political formation will make the leaders of the political parties see that if someone tries to take credit for this situation, he is wrong," Urkullu added.
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