Just a few hours after being proclaimed president of the Popular Party of Galicia this Sunday, Alfonso Rueda defended this Saturday, at the start of the party's 18th congress, in Pontevedra, a candidacy that, not because it is unique, makes him believe that the Things will be "simple" in the second of the two challenges - after the one of the Xunta - that he assumes when he succeeds Alberto Núñez Feijóo. "I don't take anything for granted at all. It is clear to me that today we are beginning a fundamental path (...). If we do it with the whole world from beginning to end, it is a path that will turn out well.
Rueda, in the most organically interesting part of his speech, revealed the names of his new team. A structure in which the deputy secretaries stand out. With these members: in organization, again, Pedro Rojo; in municipal action and local politics, José Manuel Rey follows; in equality, repeats Raquel Touriño; rural councils, also new, for José Ángel Santos, mayor of Friol; electoral action, repeats Gabriel Alén; a new family for Albeto Pazos Couñago, who is leaving the organization; sectoral action, follow Olga Iglesias; and in the also new participation, Marta Fernández-Tapias, president of the PP of Vigo, enters. Two deputy secretaries that corresponded to two ministers disappear: green agenda (Ángeles Vázquez) and public services (Fabiola Martínez).