Feijóo makes his first visit to the region as president of the PP

This Thursday is a significant day for the PP of Castilla-La Mancha, since its current national president, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, is going to make his first visit to Castilla-La Mancha already in his capacity as national leader of the party.

Feijóo makes his first visit to the region as president of the PP

This Thursday is a significant day for the PP of Castilla-La Mancha, since its current national president, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, is going to make his first visit to Castilla-La Mancha already in his capacity as national leader of the party. Before becoming one, he visited Toledo as a candidate for the internal presidency.

The place chosen for this visit is the town of Villarrobledo, the town with more inhabitants in the region than those governed by the PP. There, starting at 10:30 am, he will be received by the regional president of the PP, Paco Núñez, and will go to the Cooperativa Vinícola Bodegas Don Octavio. Later, around 11:30, he will make statements to the media and will go to the center of the city, where he will visit the City Hall.

The visit will conclude at the dairy company Grupo Lactalis, at 1:00 p.m. Also present at the visit will be the Deputy Secretary for Social Policies, Carmen Navarro; the president of the PP of Albacete, Manuel Serrano, and the mayor of the city, Valentín Bueno.

On the other hand, the deputy secretary of the PP-CLM Sector, Tania Andicoberry, assured this Wednesday that this Thursday, -in the Plenary Session of the Regional Courts-, Page has "the opportunity" for the Employment Plan to "open" to all Castilian-Manchega civil society voting in favor of President Paco Núñez's proposal. “We hope that the 21st time will be the charm”, she has indicated.

He also insisted on the need for companies, cooperatives, freelancers, SMEs, farmers and ranchers to be included in the Employment Plans of the Board.

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