Spain’s reelected Socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez says girls will maintain 12 of the 22 posts in his new authorities
ByThe Related Press
November 20, 2023, 7:53 AM
MADRID — Girls will maintain 12 of the 22 posts within the new authorities named Monday by Spain’s not too long ago reelected Socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez.
“The brand new authorities goes to have a marked feminist accent with 4 girls deputy prime ministers and extra feminine ministers than male ministers,” Sánchez mentioned.
The Cupboard will embrace 9 new ministers whereas key posts stay unchanged. Nadia Calviño retains the economic system portfolio, José Manuel Albares stays in command of overseas affairs and Margarita Robles stays at protection.
Sánchez’s Socialist occasion will maintain 17 ministries and its leftist Sumar (Becoming a member of Forces) coalition associate could have 5 portfolios.
The outgoing authorities’s former far-left coalition associate, Unidas Podemos (Unite We Can) could have no ministries and the occasion’s former star Equality Minister Irene Montero might be changed by Ana Redondo of the Socialist occasion.
Sánchez was reelected prime minister on Thursday with the help of 179 lawmakers within the 350-seat Parliament. His election was opposed by 171 deputies from the best of middle Fashionable Celebration and the far-right Vox.
The socialist prime minister’s new time period has gotten off to a stormy begin after he clinched the help in parliament of two Catalan separatist events in trade for a controversial amnesty proposal for a whole bunch of individuals in authorized hassle over the Catalonia area’s failed secession try in 2017.
The proposal has triggered large protests referred to as by the Fashionable Celebration and Vox. A number of held by excessive right-wing teams near the Socialist occasion’s headquarters in Madrid have led to clashes with police.
Talking Monday, Sánchez promised to “prioritize dialogue and negotiation in a legislature that might be key for the social and territorial cohesion of Spain.”