The PSOE modifies its statutes to include six ministers in its Executive


Third change. What the 39th Federal Congress approved will be suppressed by the 40th. At least to modify the article that prevented a PSOE member from simultaneously holding more than one directly elected institutional or public position. The precept had a “trick” because it was, in the end, the federal direction that could establish exceptions as it did. Everything so that the ministers, and the Extremaduran president, Guillermo Fernández Vara, can be part of the party’s federal leadership. We are talking about article 557, which established incompatibilities of public and organic positions, and that in order to be circumvented it needed a reasoned report from the regional Executive Commission so that the Federal, later, authorized the compatibility to simultaneously hold more than one institutional or public position directly elected by the same militant.

The impediment now disappears after the new socialist conclave so that Sánchez can include six of his ministers in the leadership. The Minister of the Presidency, Félix Bolaños, who will have a secretariat for Constitutional Reform and New Rights, join the command of Ferraz; that of Science, Diana Morant, who will have the same responsibility in the leadership of the party; and that of Health, Carolina Darias, who also assumes Consumption. The head of Territorial Policy and Government spokesperson, Isabel Rodríguez; that of the Treasury, María Jesús Montero; and the Education and Vocational Training, Pilar Alegría, join as members.

Sánchez elevates Jaen Felipe Sicilia to the spokesperson, who will leave the leadership of the socialist group in Congress, to be the face and voice of the party. The promotion of the national deputy takes place after his name sounded like a possible parliamentary spokesman, a position that finally fell to the Canarian Héctor Gómez. He thus replaces the mayor of Valladolid, Óscar Puente, who only held office for a few months.

The secretary general of the Socialists received all the barons until an Executive was appointed that, in principle, it was thought to close in the early afternoon and that was completed around midnight. The cabals and the tension between territories to close the puzzle were not in any case as in previous conclaves, where it was common for the addresses to finish squaring at the wee hours of the morning. Most of the territorial leaders had been previously consulted and came out in agreement with the composition. This time there was not even tension between territories. Harmony and good roll who have presided over the entire congress also spread in the negotiations between Sánchez and his main barons, a task in which he was accompanied by the Deputy Secretary General, Adriana Lastra, and the Secretary of Organization, Santos Cerdán.

Along with them, the president of the party, Cristina Narbona, and a handful of leaders who accompanied Sánchez in the stage that now closes: Pedro Casares, who is promoted to head of Economy; Iratxe García, who continues as head of the EU; Pilar Cancela, who will lead PSOE Exterior; Luc André Diouf, as secretary for migration policies; Javier Izquierdo, who will now be responsible for Electoral Action or Alfonso Rodríguez Gómez de Celis, at the head of municipal politics. Patxi López continues but at the head of Democratic Memory (until now she was in charge of Territorial Policy).

The Andalusian PSOE will have an important representation. Its leader, Juan Espadas, will have a seat in the executive as head of the Federal Policy Council. Complete the pack Juan Francisco Serrano Martínez, as head of the Toledo Pact and Social Inclusion; and María Márquez as head of Training, as well as Espadas, Sicilia, Montero and Rodríguez de Celis.

Likewise, the PSC maintains the three positions it already had, in addition to Eva Granados, who is an ex officio member as spokesperson in the Senate. The deputy Montse Minguez will be responsible for Labor and Social Economy and the union member Manuel García will accompany her as a member. Sánchez has made a signing: the water polo player Víctor Gutiérrez, whom he places at the head of the LGTBI area.

For the Equality portfolio, Sánchez has radically changed the profile by electing Andrea Fernández, who is the youngest socialist deputy in Congress. The successor of Carmen Calvo will have to fight for a space that has always been a flag of the Socialists and that since the transfer of the ministry to United We Can has been a focus of conflicts between both parties.

Andrea Fernández, the youngest national deputy of the socialist group will be responsible for Equality. Adriana Lastra and Santos Cerdán continue as number two and three of the party; Javier Izquierdo in Electoral Action and Llanos Castellanos will lead Institutional Relations and Justice. All outgoing directors will be members of the new Federal Committee, the first third of which has already been elected by this conclave.


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