- OK DAILY
The third vice president and minister of Ecological Transition, Teresa Riberahas thanked the «pick and shovel fight»of the socialist mayors of the Community of Madrid to move their municipalities «forward» in the face of the «cruelty» of the president and PP candidate for re-election, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, denying «social justice».
“In the face of this we cannot remain silent, it is one of the cruelest things that can be said… We are proud to promote social justice. You should be ashamed to presume to be against it,” he reproached from the Universo de Parla park, where the PSOE-M has started its campaign with mayors and local candidates in the region, its candidate for the Presidency, Juan Lobato, and his counterpart to the Mayor of the capital, Reyes Maroto.
He has thanked the socialists, especially those in the south, for their work on a «legislature so hard»knowing how to be «at the height of the needs of the neighbours» without «lies and hoaxes». This attitude has been contrasted with Ayuso’s “interpretation of freedom as reeds”, which he considers to be a sample of “exclusion and cockiness” demonstrating that he “governs only for a few.”
Some criticism that has also been leveled at the national leader of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, who has been asked “what is repealing sanchismo” and has questioned whether that translates into repealing “the laws of progress, modernizing the economy or providing solutions.”
At this time he has addressed Lobato, who has told him that from the central Executive “they are eagerly waiting for him at Puerta del Sol” and he has thanked him for his ability to “think of people” to “act generously and loyal”.
Teresa Ribera has called the polls because neither the writer Almudena Grandes nor the 13 Roses “deserve to be condemned to oblivion” by the right and the “ultra-right.” «We are a party that has memory, builds and is generous. A party that looks to the future”, has harangued the third vice president who has insisted on the need to “feel proud” of “progress and social justice” as a compass to move forward with an eye fixed on “social interest” but remembering ” where do you come from, where have you arrived and where do you want to go».