GlobalMorant designs an executive of 56 members with incorporations such as Ángel...

Morant designs an executive of 56 members with incorporations such as Ángel Franco

The new leader of the PSPV, Diana Morant, has drawn up an executive made up of a total of 56 members, seven less than the previous one of the former general secretary Ximo Puig, with additions such as that of the historic socialist from Alicante Ángel Franco, as confirmed by socialist sources. The executive that the 451 PSPV delegates at the Benicàssim congress are voting this Saturday night include the former councilor and current Secretary of State Rebeca Torró, the mayors of Sagunt and Paterna, Darío Moreno and Juan Antonio Sagredo, or the councilor of the PSPV in Valencia Borja Sanjuán. After the first names, which Morant announced when reaching an agreement to be the only candidate – Alejandro Soler as president and Carlos Fernández Bielsa as deputy secretary general – are the other four who were revealed this past Friday: Tania Baños as president of the new Council of Mayors and deputy to the general secretary, Vicent Mascarell as secretary of Organization, Pilar Bernabé as head of Institutional and Rubén Alfaro as spokesperson. Completing the executive, which the 451 PSPV delegates vote on late this Saturday before it is proclaimed this Sunday at the close of the congress, are María Such (Equality), Jordi Mayor (Municipal Politics), Neus Garrigues (Culture and Heritage) , Darío Moreno (Infrastructure and Transport), Rocío Briones (Employment and Social Dialogue), Ernest Blanch (Ideas and electoral programs), Rebeca Torró (Industry) or Juan Antonio Sagredo (Interparliamentary Action). The list continues with Carmen Martínez (Universal Health and Mental Health), Toni Francés (Local Innovation and Urban Agenda), Rocío Ibáñez (Demographic Challenge and Depopulation), Vicent Arqués (Coordination of Provincial Councils), Carolina Gracia (Ecological Transition), Borja Sanjuán (Economy), Rosa Peris (Justice and Fight against gender violence), Rafa García (Metropolitan governance), Isabel López (Circular economy), Ángel Franco (Mobilization), Zulima Pérez (Science, Innovation and Universities), Toni Saura ( Dynamization and militancy), Xelo Angulo (Territorial coordination), Antoni Benito (LGTBI and Diversity), Barbara Soler (Foreign residents), Miguel Soler (Training and talent management), Ana Besalduch (Agriculture, Livestock and Fishing), Paco Gorrea ( Public Service) or Cristina Escoda (Sustainable and intelligent tourism). And the executive ends with José Chulvi (Freedom of expression against censorship), Eva Sanz (Social justice), Ramón Abad (Electoral action), Empar Folgado (Defense of Valencia), José Benlloch (Transparency and good government), Mª José Salvador (Right to housing), Fran Martínez (Water resources), Marta Andrés (Sustainable mobility), Toni González (Energy transition), Carolina Devesa (Education, Vocational Training and Sports), Jesús Ros (Intergenerational alliance), Toñi Serna (Respect to democratic memory), Fran López (Coordination of Commonwealths), Mª José Adsuar (Third sector and cooperation), Juan Gabriel Martínez (Analysis, prospective and strategic studies), Mariví Garrido (Dependency), Domènec Ruiz (Agenda 2030), Marisa Parilla (Childhood and family), José Díaz (Economic model), Valeria Torregrosa (Festive culture), Rosa Domínguez (Social movements) and Lorena Zamorano (Climate Emergency and Sustainable Development Goals).

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