The Minister of Public Works, José Luis Ábalos , has burst into tears on Wednesday in the plenary session of the Congress after the death of former socialist minister Carmen Alborch .
Ábalos, who was in the gallery to respond to an interpellation of Joan Baldoví of Copmpromís , has indicated that he leaves us “an important person” … he leaves us an important person, for the Valencians but also for the Spaniards. “” No I’ll be the one to make a semblance, “he said and, excited, has not been able to continue.
“I just knew that we lost Carmen Alborch. A great companion, a great minister, a great socialist and a great woman who knew how to value feminism from politics. We will miss you very much.”
– Jose Luis Ábalos (@abalosmeco)
Joan Baldoví has also had a memory for Alborch when going out to the rostrum, and has stated that “it is a difficult day for the debate , I would have preferred to do it in another plenary” and he recalled a “very nice gesture” that he had with him when he was Mayor of Sueca. While Sergio Pascual has expressed his condolences to the socialist family on behalf of Unidos Podemos. The plenary session of the Congress has applauded the memory of the former Minister of Socialist Culture. ,
Other ministers of the Government, such as Energy Transition, Teresa Ribera, and Health, Maria Luisa Carcedo , have also addressed words of remembrance to the former Minister of Culture of the Government of Felipe González.
The parliamentary spokesperson of the PSOE, Adriana Lastra, has honored the former minister on her Twitter account: “A great woman has left us, a committed feminist a race socialist, until always Camen Alborch, thanks for paving the way “, has written Lastra .
It has left us a GENIUS woman, a committed feminist, a race socialist. Until always, Carmen Alborch. Thanks for opening the way.