The Second Vice President of the Government and Minister of Labor and Social Economy, Yolanda Díaz, has resumed the listening process of his association ‘Sumar’ which will throughout Spain, which will have a total duration of six months. This initiative began on July 8 with Madrid as the first stop and was interrupted during the holidays.
Now, the Podemos policy of 51 years of age has reactivated the process and the presenter Andrea Ropero has accompanied her on her first car trip after his return to work, which has been from Madrid to Galicia. The journalist has taken advantage of the journey -of five or six hours- to make him an interview for the La Sexta program, ‘El intermedia’, while Yolanda was driving.
However, before getting into the car to set off for the minister’s homeland, the presenter asked her how she was and how did you spend your summer vacation. An issue that has caused memes and mockery on social networks.
Yolanda Díaz assures that she has read “in 15 days, 12 books” on her vacations
Yolanda Díaz began the interview by saying that she was “super excited”, “very eager” to resume his listening process and that he had “a lot of strength” for this new course.
Then he talked about how the summer had passed and what he had done during her vacation, a question asked by Andrea Ropero and to which the minister responded by saying: “Summer, wonderfully I spent almost 15 days in my family’s house [en Galicia]. Feliz”he began by saying.
When the presenter told him if he had managed to “disconnect from politics”, since it had also been “an intense summer”, the minister pointed out: “I have read I think that in 15 days, 12 books. I walked, I biked, I swam, I ate a lot… I mean, I did everything. Yes, I disconnected.”
This answer is what has sparked memes and jokes on Twitter since there are many users who do not believe that in so few days a person can read so many books.
Yolanda Díaz pointed out that being president of the Government is not in her mind
During the interview, the minister spoke about several issues, including Andrea Ropero asking her if it is in your mind to run for the presidency of the Governmentto which Yolanda Díaz said: “No, I don’t think so. but of course I would love for my country to have a female Prime Minister, I have no doubt”.
Ropero insisted: “Don’t you see yourself there? I don’t think I started this platform at all. will have a goal even if he doesn’t want to tell me.” Yolanda’s response was: “No, it’s not true. I believe that the great objective, Andrea, is to reduce this enormous gap between citizenship and public affairs. And politicians are one of the main problems that our country has. In other words, citizens believe that politicians are a problem and therefore what I understand is a useful policy who is the one who fixes people’s problems”.
Source: Vozpópuli by www.vozpopuli.com.
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