Spain finds itself in a tense atmosphere in the political sphere. The recent re-election of Pedro Sánchez as president of the government and the amnesty for Catalan politicians has caused great tension in the Congress of Deputies, but above all in the streets. One of the people who has been most forceful with the general secretary of the PSOE has been Isabel Díaz Ayuso, President of the Community of Madrid. For her part, presenter Jesús Vázquez has offered some statements on El Televisero in which he opens up about the president's latest political decisions and has spoken about the current generation.
The truth is that Ayuso has been in the media spotlight in recent weeks due to her decision to reduce the rights of trans and LGTBI laws, eliminating, for example, the ban on conversion therapies for trans people. About this, the presenter Jesús Vázquez has spoken, who believes that this represents a hard blow for the group.
From the aforementioned media, they asked the presenter what measures he would take if he were president of the Government. “That he could not go back on any social rights achieved. We are experiencing, for example, that the Community of Madrid is already cutting back on LGTBI rights,” he expressed, in a way of vindication and a dig at the current government of the community.
Furthermore, on the other hand, the communicator expressed his opinion about generation Z. “I am almost from generation A, but I presume to be very up to date with generation Z,” Vázquez began by saying. “Generation Z has been in a very difficult world, it is on the verge of exploding from all sides. I have lived in a calmer time, in which all these problems of climate change, the economic crisis, political polarization, the extreme right... all this issue did not exist, we lived happier. They have problems and challenges that no generation has had before,” he highlighted, regarding the problems that young people must face today.
“I am here to bring people closer and very committed to leaving the new generations a better world,” expressed Jesús, revealing his commitment to the new generations. Be that as it may, we will have to wait to know if the waters calm down in our political sphere. The last few days have been the most turbulent.