Pedro Puy, parliamentary spokesman for the PPdeG, has been discharged from the Clinical Hospital of Santiago this Monday after being hospitalized for four days due to the heart attack he suffered last Thursday. It was during the second session of Alfonso Rueda's investiture debate that the accident occurred that forced Puy to leave the building by ambulance.
Fortunately, Puy is already at home after receiving a medical discharge, party sources confirmed to ABC. After the heart problem suffered last week, his recovery was "favorable" and "everything is going well," the same sources indicate.
However, it will not be reincorporated into its work in the portavocía of the PPdeG for this region, when the celebration of the next Xunta de Portavoces is planned, given that this March is the festival of the Day of the Galician Letters.
On Thursday, Puy made his first speech in the framework of the second and last session of the investiture plenary session of Alfonso Rueda and felt unwell, leaving the chamber.
Shortly after, he was transferred by ambulance to the Clinical Hospital and remained there until he was discharged on Monday. Rueda himself, once inaugurated president, reported on social networks that he had had the opportunity to visit Puy, to whom he transferred "all" his strength for "a speedy recovery."
Miguel Tellado was in charge last Thursday of replacing Puy in the reply of the parliamentary groups to the candidate for the Presidency. Both he and the spokespersons for BNG and PSdeG, Ana Pontón and Luis Álvarez, wished him a speedy recovery during his second interventions.