Latest news from Spain for today Wednesday, January 5
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Sánchez insists on hiding his trips in Falcon as “especially sensitive matter”
The Government of PSOE and United We Can continues to hide basic details about the famous travels of Pedro Sánchez in official planes and helicopters to attend acts of his party, as he continued to do, and increasingly, during the year that has just ended. And he does so with the same excuse as always: refusing outright because, according to this Government, these trips are “especially sensitive matter.”
Lambán leads a revolt in the PSOE against Minister Garzón: “It is an insult to intelligence”
The Aragonese president and regional leader of the PSOE, Javier Lambán, has inaugurated a revolt within the PSOE against the Minister of Consumer Affairs, the communist Alberto Garzón, who enjoys the portfolios of United We Can in the Coalition Executive chaired by the Socialist Pedro Sanchez.
Garzón has attacked the Spanish meat industry in an interview published by the British newspaper The Guardian. In it, the minister accuses the sector of exporting poor quality meat and abused animals.
Four minors hospitalized for Covid-19 in the Basque Country, two of them in the ICU
The Minister of Health of the Basque Government, Gotzone Sagardui, has revealed this Tuesday that four minors had to be hospitalized this week after being infected with coronavirus and two of them remain in the Intensive Care Unit. “Ómicron and its less seriousness should not deceive us,” Sagardui recalled this Tuesday at a press conference in Bilbao.
They investigate the theft of 16 endoscopic machines in La Paz valued almost half a million euros
The National Police investigates the theft of 16 endoscopic machines valued at almost half a million euros which took place at the end of the year at the University Hospital of La Paz.
The PP demands the sudden dismissal of Garzón for denigrating Spanish ranchers in the international press
The Popular Party has demanded the sudden dismissal of the Minister of Consumption, Alberto Garzon, if he does not resign before, for his controversial statements in ‘The Guardian’, in which he attacks Spanish farmers and criticizes the “poor quality” meat that our country exports. Sources from the national leadership of the main opposition party have stressed that Sánchez must remove Garzón immediately.
Mercadona offers weekend jobs with salaries of 735 euros for personnel with the ESO
Mercadona The year 2022 has started with new job offers for weekend jobs with salaries of 735 euros per month. These positions correspond to vacancies for warehouse porter positions in the logistics blocks of Mercadona with Twenty-two and a half hour days a week in fixed morning, afternoon or night shifts (in these cases, a nightly bonus must be added to the salary). Mercadona requires a minimum of Compulsory Secondary Education for these job offers.