Although he arrived in La Moncloa, after the motion of censure against Mariano Rajoy, boasting a spirit of regeneration, the reality is that Pedro Sánchez has formed a mammoth government attached to a string of discretionary charges whose purpose is to instrumentalize the institutions of the State . The Social Communist Executive increasingly disguises some of the most typical tics of a banana republic or an autocratic regime. In addition to articulating one of the largest governments in recent decades, Sánchez does not show the slightest blush in expanding the list of appointments at his discretion. As we published today in Chronicle, apart from the positions of free appointment in the Presidency of the Government and the 22 ministries, the Government of PSOE and Podemos has proceeded to execute 66 appointments in public agencies dependent on the State, with disproportionate salaries for a situation of crises like the one Spain is going through. Among them, profiles linked to both parties or directly former ministers such as Beatriz Corredor, at the head of Red Eléctrica; or José Blanco and José Montilla, plugged into Enagás. The leader of the PSC Maurici Lucena chairs Aena, while Juan Manuel Serrano - Sánchez's former chief of staff before being president - is the head of the Post Office. The last one placed by hand was Ignacio Carnicero, Sánchez's childhood friend, as CEO of Agenda Urbana y Arquitectura. The government's obsession with seeking control of the state apparatus forced the replacement in the presidency of the Efe Agency to locate a related journalist. This situation is repeated in other important public companies such as Navantia or Tragsa.

This undisguised will of Pedro I El Dedócrata to put the State at his feet is causing an unprecedented situation. It is the government that most breaks the law by avoiding the appointment of high officials. In fact, the federation of Fedeca officials has denounced up to 30 appointments, far exceeding the records of the Rajoy government. High-ranking officials appealed include José Félix Tezanos, who went directly from being a close collaborator of Sánchez in Ferraz to sinking the reputation of the CIS. In addition, it is worth recalling the scandalous situation of interim that is being perpetuated in RTVE, with a provisional sole administrator determined to turn public radio television into a government propaganda machine, and the proposal made by the Executive to place an adviser to the Presidency, which Until now, she worked under Iván Redondo, as president of the National Commission of Markets and Competition (CNMC). Sánchez continues to erode institutions. This partisan instrumentalization strategy is obscene and inappropriate for a democracy.

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