Pedro Sánchez, President of the GovernmentEuropa PressThe President of the Government accuses Andalusia and Murcia of benefiting the most powerful territory due to the capital effect, which is MadridSánchez defends the “unity” of the PSOE after García-Page’s criticism of the socialist strategy with Núñez Feijóo Así The head of the Executive assured this to questions from the media in his appearance at the residence of the permanent representative ambassador of Spain to the United Nations in New York. “The tax reduction suddenly that has entered some territories such as Andalusia or Murcia really benefits to the most powerful territory due to the capital effect, which is Madrid,” Sánchez asserted. Thus, he insisted that “no person” with a great deal of wealth is going to change their tax residence from Madrid to another place, “on the contrary, it is giving arguments precisely to a territory that due to the power it has from the point of view of the effect of capital status, that inertia justifies the attraction tion of heritage”. Sánchez has also responded to criticism from the president of Castilla-La Mancha, Emiliano García-Page, who questioned in an interview the government’s pact policy and its strategy against the opposition leader, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, and has defended “unity” in the PSOE at the moment, something that he had “rarely” seen before in the party. In this regard, the leader of the PSOE has recalled that he began his military service in the PSOE in 1992, a year before the general elections of 1993 that gave victory to Felipe González. “After 30 years that I have been a member of the Socialist Party, I will tell you that I have rarely seen as much unity as the one the PSOE has now,” the Prime Minister settled before García-Page’s criticism. Precisely, the president of Castilla-La Mancha made it clear this Thursday that he will “always” support the PSOE candidate but demanded to do so with his “method” and his “manners” because, as he presumed, he has been beating the opponent for 30 years.
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