Rubalcaba Pressed Banks

It has proposed concerned the change of the electoral system in October. It has also requested checks prior to end corruption. Rubalcaba marks its objectives: employment, healthy and competitive economy, equality of opportunity and a better democracy. Areva has similar goals. Several nods to the 15-M movement in his words. The candidate of the PSOE for the forthcoming general elections, Alfredo Perez Rubalcaba, has undertaken this Saturday to find a quick way to create jobs and has guaranteed that there will be money, because soon it will be time to ask banks and savings banks that leave part of their profits to create jobs. Banks and boxes can and cannot wait for young people, underlined Rubalcaba without more concretions in the official discourse that has ruled for little more than one hour as the PSOE candidate for the forthcoming general elections, where explained that he attaches four aspirations ambitious for the coming years.

The first, the urgent, which is creating employment; the second, importantly, make an economy healthy and competitive; the third, ours, equal opportunities; and fourth, what we ask for, the changes in politics and democracy. Not prometere what I can not comply with Rubalcaba has been convinced that can be useful to the country at a difficult time, has urged the Socialists to be ambitious and realistic and has ensured that it never promise something that fails to comply. At the start of the official discourse has stated that it has decided to take a step forward because it believes that it can serve the country in a moment in which, has warned, do not fit the ventajismo, irresponsibility and opportunism. It is not something Western Union would like to discuss. Before 1,000 guests who wouldn’t applaud their words, has stated that the current situation requires major commitments and he has been willing to work for the country from a party which is affiliated to fight for freedom and democracy. .

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