Irene Montero, on Sánchez’s reflection: “I have never had a doubt about whether it is worth it”

Irene Montero, on Sánchez’s reflection: “I have never had a doubt about whether it is worth it”
Irene Montero, on Sánchez’s reflection: “I have never had a doubt about whether it is worth it”

  • “I was disappointed that he made zero proposals,” qualifies the former Minister of Equality with Sánchez between 2020 and 2023


  • Irene Montero also answers how her relationship with Yolanda Díaz is: “I have turned the page”

Jon Sistiaga interview with Irene Montero from the Plaza del Museo Reina Sofía in Madrid, where her party, Can, celebrated his first great success in politics. Ten years later and after having been Minister of Equality in a coalition government led by Pedro SánchezMontero reflects on his time in the Executive and answers Sistiaga’s questions.

A few days ago, on April 24, Pedro Sanchez shared a “letter to citizens”in which he announced five days in which he was going to reflect on “whether it was worth it” to continue leading Spain, after the “unprecedented attacks” he was receiving.

Sistiaga asks Irene Montero on this reflection from Pedro Sánchez, after her position in his government as Minister of Equality between 2020 and 2023: “I understand very well what you have feltHumanly, that violence becomes unbearable. But I didn’t like it and I was very disappointed that after five days I made a total of zero proposals”, explains Montero.

Precisely regarding that question that President Sánchez asked the citizens, of “if it’s worth it”, Huntsman has shown itself very criticism: “Sowing sorrow about whether it is worth it… I have never had that doubt”.

The current general secretary of Podemos also reflects on his time at the Ministry of Equality and responds to whether she believes that “they underestimated her” when giving her the wallet: “I think (Sánchez) he did not understand or see the capacity of feminism to get the entire country talking about it. Pedro Sanchez I would never have accepted that I was in front from the Ministry of Equality if I had known what we were going to do.”

Montero also continues his defense of the measures which he carried out at the head of Equality: “The Ministry assumed its role of carrying out the institutional transformations and public policies much further than anyone could imagine. In fact, it is the criticism with which he president to me cease”.

The general secretariat of the purple formation has also reflected on the attacks that both she and Pablo Iglesias received and has urged Pedro Sánchez to “act”: “I feel sorry that he had to realize when it was directly his turn and that maybe he wouldn’t have had that same empathy when he was seeing us, because we saw each other weekly. But now that she has realized, let’s act”.

Irene Montero, about Yolanda Díaz: “I have turned the page”

Irene Montero, about Yolanda Díaz: “I have turned the page”

Irene Montero also answers Jon Sistiaga’s questions about Yolanda Diazwho assumed the leadership of Unidas Podemos after the departure of Pablo Iglesias.

It has been a long time (since I have had contact with her), I have turned the page“, assures Irene Montero, about her relationship with Yolanda Díaz, although she opens up with Sistiaga about the “pain” that she felt at the time she was not chosen for the Sumar lists: “The biggest pain was seeing that who should have been your companions, they left you stranded”.

“Do you think that Yolanda’s choice was a good one. to lead that space?” Sistiaga also asks. A response that Irene sentences with “I think time has shown that not”.

 
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