The president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, has been one of the first leaders of the PP who has criticized the change of government proposed by Pedro Sánchez. The Madrid leader joked this Monday that the Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez, has made changes to the central executive "without a gender perspective" and has acknowledged that he does not know about the new ministers or "how things are going to do". .
Ayuso has taken advantage of his interview on Tele 5 to comment on the changes announced by Pedro Sánchez: Héctor Gómez will be the new Minister of Industry, Commerce and Tourism, while José Manuel Miñones will assume the Health portfolio.
"There have been two changes without a gender perspective (...) Beyond the joke, I don't know about them, I don't know how they are going to do things," he pointed out. He has also taken advantage of his intervention to criticize that "42 ministers" have already been appointed and in the Community of Madrid "five government delegates and three spokespersons."
Asked about the appointment of the until now government delegate in Madrid, Mercedes González, as the new general director of the Civil Guard, she has maintained that this is "covering up a great crisis with another party card." "This is how they are doing with all the institutions and it is the great botch of this government," she pointed out.
In Ayuso's opinion, the Executive of Pedro Sánchez "never places the accent on real problems such as the birth rate, forest fires... In his opinion we have "an increasingly empty Spain, collapsed courts, a disastrous economy, youth unemployment , unemployment at all levels, disincentive or territorial crisis". He considers that there are a series of problems "that are never on the agenda of this Government".
The Madrid president has criticized the laws that have been promoted at the national level and "this way of leading Spain to the ultra-left." He believes that it is because they know that they are "a terminal government", that they have "little time" left, and they want the government to come, that of "Feijóo", for many laws that it modifies, everything remains on its "road map", in his "narrative to the left of the left".
"Starting in January, the strikes that are not taking place will come, the demonstrations that are not taking place and above all the counterpower within the administrations. In fact, there is no administration in this country, there is nothing public that does not have agents of the PSOE with a card in front because they are already preparing for clientelist networks", he pointed out below.