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The Government defends “dialogue” to “guarantee social peace” in opposition to the “antisocial coalition” of PP and Vox

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Pedro Sánchez and his ministers pose earlier than the assembly on the Quintos de Mora farm (Toledo).MONCLOA POOL
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The Government has insisted this Saturday on its dedication to “agreement and dialogue” to “guarantee social peace” in opposition to the “antisocial coalition” of the Popular Party and Vox. This was said by the Minister of Education and Government spokesperson, Pilar Alegra, from the Quintos de Mora propertyin Los Ybenes (Toledo)the place Pedro Sánchez gathered his ministers this Saturday to “give a boost” to the political challenge for the subsequent 4 years.

A gathering that comes after essentially the most tough week for the Government after the controversial approval of two of the three anti-crisis decrees in alternate for a battery of transfers that embody the switch to Catalonia of immigration insurance policies, as Junts demanded and which has generated a lot rejection in different political formations and police unions.

The Executive challenge, in keeping with the video broadcast by Moncloa with statements from Alegra, comprises “three fundamental pillars”, “employment, rights and coexistence”, confused the spokesperson, who highlighted, on this sense, that the Government has already authorised within the final two months the rise within the Minimum Interprofessional Salary (SMI), the parity legislation and the rise in pensions “for more than 11 million pensioners.”

Alegra, who has additionally claimed that the Executive has launched greater than 1,000 million euros to “improve science”, has emphasised that these measures have been carried out “with agreement and with dialogue”, “basic and fundamental tools that guarantee social peace and that the reforms last over time”.

Faced with this, he has positioned the “reactionary” and “antisocial coalition” of the PP and Vox that “say no to the increase in pensions, no to the transportation subsidy, no to any social advance in this country.”

“Their only project is to outlaw all those political parties that do not think like them,” Alegra lamented, concluding that in gentle of this, the Executive “will continue working, attending to and responding to the problems” of the Spaniards throughout the subsequent 4 years.