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Tudanca will bring his request to the Cortes to reject the “radical, useless and insufficient” Veganzones


The general secretary of the PSOE of Castilla y León and spokesperson of the Socialist Parliamentary Group, Luis Tudanca, intensified this Monday his criticism of Vox’s Employment Minister, Mariano Veganzones, who likes to use adjectives like ‘parasites’, ‘leeches’ or ‘shrimp-eaters’.’ when referring to the representatives of the labor union – the last time at the parliamentary headquarters last week – and whom Tudanca called ‘radical, useless and lacking’.

Tudanca has already demanded in recent days the dismissal of the far-right adviser to the president of the autonomous Government, Alfonso Fernández Mañueco, but now he went a step further by announcing that his Parliamentary Group will pass this request for to remove the Cortes of Castilla y León through the presentation of a non-law proposal in the next Plenary Session.

“Manueco must press the red button”

As Tudanca explained after the Group’s management meeting, this disagreement is necessary because Veganzones cannot “continue to disrespect workers”, their dignity and the people of Castilla y León, except in the fact that, in addition, it affects, cannot continue to break the Social Dialogue and the Public Employment Service.

It is “dangerous”, he considered, for the future of Castilla y León and for the maintenance of European funds, the result of a “good policy” of the Spanish Government.

Tudanca accused President Mañueco, who “left these policies in the hands of an ultra, radical, naive and deficient person,” who “dedicated himself only to insulting the representatives of the workers. ”

“Mañueco must press the red button in the plenary session of the Cortes, decide whether he is on the side of the workers or the extreme right; whether he can expel the Veganzones from the Council of Government or not, because he is responsible for bringing them into the Government,” he emphasized.

A Trump fan advisor

Apart from other occasions where Veganzones has used its public appearances or even its social media accounts to openly humiliate and insult the unions, which it considers ‘chiringuitos’, the last occasion where its hand did not shake was in the Plenary Session of Cortes. on the 6th.

In response to a question from PSOE lawyer Alicia Palomo about whether the regional government considers that the Employment Service is in good health, the adviser replied that “it enjoys iron health, because in the end we were able to apply the proper operation.” , to get rid of the leeches that have been parasitizing the body for years, and I mean those policies that only benefit unions and parasitized resources like the tapeworm.”

Social media users became funny in the summer of 2022, in addition, sharing a photo of Veganzones where the counselor wears a baseball cap screen printed with motifs supporting Donald Trump.

The lawyer of Ciudadanos en las Cortes, Francisco Igea, wrote on Twitter: “I had to ask our famous Veganzones what he likes most about Trump: 1) The attack on Congress 2) The support for Putin 3) The rifle association.

Institutional statement

On the other hand, Tudanca assured that the PSOE will start a round of consultations with other parliamentary groups and the president of the Cortes, Carlos Pollán, also from Vox, to agree on an institutional declaration of support for the Morocco, after the earthquake that hit the country last Saturday, which left thousands of victims.

In this declaration, the PSOE points out, it aims to offer assistance and solidarity mechanisms that will help the country regain normality. In this sense, Tudanca hopes that there will be unity among the parliamentary groups for this declaration to continue because it is “a matter of the people.”

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