The incumbent Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez said goodbye this Sunday to the Galician journalist Pepe Domingo Castaño, who died this morning in Madrid three weeks after turning 80 and who accompanied him for years with “his optimism, his closeness and his sympathy to millions of Spaniards”. Feijóo also said goodbye to his compatriot and described the journalist as “a voice that has brightened our lives.”
In a message on his X account, Sánchez pointed out that Castaño was “a journalist who changed the way we watch TV and listen to the radio.”
Sánchez, who will attend the PSG-PSOE rose party this Sunday in the town of Sigüeiro in Coruña and then travel to New York to attend the UN General Assembly, concluded his condolences on the Internet with a “thank you” to Castaño and wish him rest in peace. According to Cadena COPE, Castaño died “suddenly surrounded by his loved ones” in Madrid’s Zarzuela Hospital.
Feijóo says goodbye to Pepe Domingo Castaño: “A voice that made our lives happy”
The president of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, also said goodbye to the speaker this Sunday. “Today the world of radio loses a reference and we all lose a voice that made our lives happy,” wrote the former president of the Xunta de Galicia on his X account in a message in which he also highlighted that Castaño was a was “Famous man from Padron, like Cela and Rosalía.”
Núñez Feijóo, who plans to attend a PP event in Santiago de Compostela this Sunday, added in his condolences: “RIP, friend Pepe. My love goes out to his family and friends.”
The president of Xunta, Alfonso Rueda, highlighted in another publication that he was bragging.