In a surprise decision, the person in charge of the PSOE, who gave the main answer on the first day of the investiture session of Alberto Núñez Feijo this Tuesday, was the former mayor of Valladolid and deputy of the same province, Oscar Puente. His intervention had a very combative tone. He came to stand up on the Socialist bench and annoy PP MPs who shouted at ‘coward’ Pedro Sánchez.’
Until the end, both Moncloa and Ferraz Street management were unsure whether the acting government and PSOE leader would be the one to reject the investiture candidate, as is usually the case.
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Source: El Diario