09-28-2019 | Cs

The secretary of Youth of Cs presents measures during the 'JCs Team Convention' to facilitate 'a first job opportunity' and 'internships in companies' for the youth of our country

"Sanchez can no longer hide that he intended an electoral repetition from the first moment" and proof of this is "long list of deputies of the PSOE who did not present a single initiative in the Congress of Deputies" before the dissolution of the Cortes. This was stated by the Secretary of Youth of Citizens (Cs), Melisa Rodríguez, during the first edition of the 'JCs Team Convention' that has brought together the regional deputies of Young Citizens (JCs) from all over Spain .

“Many citizens of our country cannot fall asleep because of the irresponsibility of Mr. Sánchez,” who “I think he should sleep very badly at night because every day he gets up with a different idea and denomination” and that “he wanted to give him the back to the citizens trying to create a media circus to hide the reality that is that he wanted to take us to elections ”explained the secretary of Youth of Cs. In addition, Rodriguez has reiterated the commitment that "if together with the PP we add a single seat more than the PSOE and the rest of the new parties that are emerging, in less than a month there will be government in this country."

The national headquarters of the liberal formation has gathered today the regional deputies of Young Citizens (JCs) in the first edition of the 'JCs Team Convention', in which Rodriguez has presented a package of measures to “facilitate labor insertion and create future opportunities for all our young people ”. It proposes “a first 100% bonus employment contract during the first year and with advantages during the first two years”, the creation of the “Statute of the University Student in Internships to increase and facilitate access to internships in companies” and the support to young people who "decide to resume studies so that they can re-engage in the educational system."

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