The former vice president of the Government and socialist representative, Carmen Calvo This Monday is defined as “the second happiest person in all of Spain” because the Ministry of Equality has “the baton of socialist feminism” and not Irene Montero.
Calvo discussed the questions from the journalists, the formation of the new government, and, in particular, the appointment of Ana Redondo, until this Monday, a socialist councilor of Valladolid, as the new Minister of Equality to replace Montero, who was with him. He maintains deep differences.
“I think I am the second happiest in all of Spain, to not be the first, one must not apply as the first-, because the feminism from which the PSOE and the Government operate is the feminism of equality,” he said.
and “equality feminism” he continued, that he continues to make progress in the “real problems” of women, among which he cited unemployment rates and low participation in the level of power in the world of work, and that in his opinion should continue along two legislative lines. : the elimination of prostitution and surrogate wombs.
For Calvo, the fact that there are brothels “around” is not compatible with talking about human rights. He also opposes entering surrogacy “through a false door.”
“If they buy from one, they can symbolically buy from all of us. There is a lot of work to be done and I am the second happiest in Spain because the Ministry of Equality has the leadership of socialist feminism, and above all the feminism of equality, which is where the feminist movement is in this country,” he continued.
Calvo, for whom the feminism that develops does not doubt “what are women”, gave his general opinion of the new Executive that it is a Government that is “ready” to deal with the policies that “continue to unify Spain”, where he talked about housing, equality or the aimed in the industrialization of the country.
Message for Feijóo
About the warnings of a possible disintegration of Spain said that “Spain dissolved the PP on October 1 with that illegal referendum”, and criticized the leader of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, for not “coming out to defend that they stopped harassing the socialist headquarters” in whole. country, but especially, Ferraz.
“Little was said about Feijóo and his leadership” and it cost him “a lot politically,” said Calvo, who nevertheless said he understood that the people showed up “peacefully.”