Pedro Sánchez insists on presenting himself as an "annoying" ruler for the establishment. The discursive path started last Saturday during a press conference in La Moncloa, in which he announced the new decree of measures against the rise in prices and a legal reform to establish a new tax on "extraordinary profits" of energy companies , does not seem to be flower of a day. Quite the contrary, it is emerging as a strategy for the future electoral cycle, which is quite similar to the one he used in 2017, when after resigning as general secretary of the PSOE he regained the position by defeating Susana Díaz in the party's primaries. In an interview this Wednesday on Cadena SER, held at the Ifema fairgrounds that hosts the NATO summit in Madrid, Sánchez sarcastically said that he is not "discovering America" by denouncing those interests of economic powers against his Executive and some of the measures it takes, particularly in the economic field.
For Sánchez, it is something that "both President Felipe González and President José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero suffered when they were presidents, throughout the history of democracy." Although without citing any specific header, Sánchez has revealed that on occasions he reviews what "some of those newspapers, which are media terminals" said about the other socialist presidents and about himself, which according to his review of the newspaper library is "traced" .