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The former secretary general of the Andalusian PSOE and former president of the Board, Susana Díaz, has assumed her new position as senator by regional appointment.
Since last July, Díaz accepted his new position after the Plenary of the Andalusian Parliament voted for his appointment. But he has had to wait for the Senate to resume its cycle of sessions to be sworn in. In the session, Díaz has coincided with Pedro Sánchez who attended the Upper House for the Government control session.
With this change, the new senator replaces the Cadiz socialist Fernando López Gil in the Senate, who resigned his seat last July.
The incorporation of Díaz has not been the only change in the Senate. The Socialist Rubén Marcos Villacampa y Ander Gil has also taken office as senator, replacing the new Minister of Justice, Pilar Llop, as president of the institution.
Renewal in the Andalusian PSOE
Her appointment as senator is part of the process of renewal of the Andalusian PSOE, which began with the victory of the mayor of Seville, Juan Espadas, over her in the primaries to choose a candidate for the Junta.
During the vote, Díaz’s candidacy received 81 votes in favor, 19 blank and no vote against.
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