The president of the Junta de Castilla y León, Alfonso Fernández Mañueco, has marked distances this Monday with Vox on depopulation and will speak with the vice president Juan García-Gallardo so that he explains "in greater detail" his vision, after this Saturday attributed it to a hypersexualization of society in a Vox act in Zamora.
Fernández Mañueco, who this Monday has intervened in the celebration of the tenth anniversary of the University Hospital of Burgos, has assured that he did not know the "details" of García-Gallardo's words and has indicated that he will speak with him so that he can tell him what was he wanted to “search” with his statements.
"He knows my life trajectory, he knows the life trajectory of my party, I think everything has already been said," added Alfonso Fernández Mañueco upon arrival at the event, where he recalled that the vice president is a representative of Vox, one of the political forces that supports the regional government, and that in its postulates does not have to coincide with the PP.
In this regard, the President of the Board has stressed that in Spain its citizens have to get used to the fact that coalition governments are made up of "different" political forces that may have different approaches, "as is the case" and that they can also make reflections different, "as is the case."
In this way, Fernández Mañueco has pointed out, in statements collected by Ical, that PP and Vox may agree on some issues in their vision of depopulation and not on others.