Teodoro García Egea visita Lugo


He criticizes the "misunderstanding" of the Minister of Labor with Alcoa and asks the Government for a solution: "The moment for words has passed and the moment for deeds has arrived"

Today, in Lugo García Egea demands stability from the Government for Alcoa "which bears the name of Galicia throughout the world and carries out a basic activity"

He criticizes the "misunderstanding" of the Minister of Labor with Alcoa and asks the Government for a solution: "The moment for words has passed and the moment for deeds has arrived"

He affirms that it was "very hard to see how Yolanda Díaz, who is also Galician, spoke in derogatory terms of Alcoa" and considers that the Government should be sensitive to the uncertainty of hundreds of families

He reproaches the PSOE that today in Congress "he has shown himself to be with Churches and not with young and old" and regrets that they did not support the PP's proposal to approve tax relief that would facilitate access to housing for these groups

He asks for the vote for Alberto Núñez Feijóo, who stresses that during the pandemic "he has put management and general interests above anything else"

He stresses that "Feijóo is health and employment insurance" and has shown "to be one of those essential politicians when difficult situations arise"

Remember that he was the first president to carry out rapid tests on the population, "which has saved thousands of lives"

He underlines that the national PP shares Feijóo's priorities for Galicia and “we are talking about what Galicians are talking about: Alcoa, Navantia or As Pontes”

Urges the PSOE to "abandon the drift of the front that has taken and look at Galicia, where things are done well"

He ensures that the PP will continue in moderation and centrality so that the majority of citizens feel represented in this party, "which only seeks to generate opportunities and improve people's lives"




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