12-01-2019 | Cs

On World AIDS Day, the deputy of Cs says they will continue to work 'to improve investment and prevention campaigns'

"Pedro Sánchez should have a sense of state and talk to parties like Citizens and PP to seek great agreements instead of sitting with populists and separatists." This has been said by the deputy of Citizens (Cs), David Mejía, who has criticized that the president of the acting government, Pedro Sánchez, negotiate with populists and "those who want to break Spain", referring to ERC.

Mejía has made these statements to the media before participating in some of the activities scheduled for World AIDS Day. The deputy of Cs wanted to show his "support" to people who suffer from the disease and who are still "discriminated" as a result of misinformation.

Therefore, the orange deputy believes that it is "necessary to provide more resources for research and promote more prevention and adaptation campaigns." He has assured that from Citizens “they will continue working” from the different institutions in which they are represented, as in the Parliament, to “develop in a broad way the 2016-2020 HIV action plan”.

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