Valerio laments that there is an opposition "based on anger" and "tension"

The Minister of Labor, Migration and Social Security, Magdalena Valerio, today regretted that in Spain there is an opposition that works "based on anger" and generates "tension".

During his speech in the proclamation of Gonzalo Caballero as candidate of the party to the Xunta de Galicia, Valerio has considered that the right parties do not "finish digesting" the result of the motion of censure and that is why they are "very bad to be in the opposition".

"That they continue this way, who sows winds, usually picks up storms", has warned the minister, who has defended the legitimacy of a motion of censure collected - has indicated - in article 113 of the Spanish Constitution.

For this reason, he has urged all these supposed "patriots" to "defend the homeland for the benefit of the citizens of this country" and not "encouraging tension and confrontations" between people on issues such as the territorial model of the State.

In any case, Valerio has opined that the PP in the Government had done "enough merits to go to the opposition's benches" and that the ruling of the Gürtel case, trigger of the motion of censure, was only "the straw that broke the Stamina glass ".

The head of Labor has criticized several of the measures adopted by the Popular Executive prior to his arrival, such as a labor reform that has been "a torpedo in the waterline of the General Treasury of Social Security", the freezing of pensions or the non-transposition of several European directives.

"They sell us the motorcycle that they are very good managers", but in fact they are "Chinese tales", he has denounced, before claiming the work in the Government of a PSOE whose main objective - he assured - "to advance in rights and liberties "and recover those" that were taken from the citizenship of this country by the PP ".

Regarding his status as a minority government, Valerio has declared that this means that they have to devote "much more time to reach parliamentary agreements", something that he wanted to normalize in "a time when there is a plurality of parties" that demands "permanent political negotiation".

"It may cost more to move things forward," he added, although he has refused to admit the criticism of the PP for being using a figure "constitutionally recognized as well" as that of the royal decrees law, of which the popular were -has censored - "masters and champions" during his time in the Government.

"Every Friday was a royal decree law to cut rights," recalled the Minister of Labor, who said that now the agreements of the Council of Ministers are "to recover rights" in issues such as health, education or equality.

"We are going in the right direction," said Valerio, who has reviewed his department's measures as a shock plan for young employment, another for the return of talent or attention to the long-term unemployed and other priority groups.

The summary of all this action - has made explicit - is to "recover social justice" deteriorated in recent years and has shown in another priority issue for the Executive as the departure of the remains of the dictator Francisco Franco of the basilica of Valle de the fallen.

"We must not allow the dictator in the 21st century to have a mausoleum that was built with the blood and life of the vanquished, forced by the victors," the minister exclaimed, which has defined this as a "question of historical justice".


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