Spain’s Minister of the Presidency, Relations with Parliament, and Democratic Memory in office, Félix Bolaños, reaffirmed that the recent vacation taken by Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez in Morocco is a matter of personal choice and not subject to public scrutiny.
During a media briefing, Félix Bolaños responded to journalists’ inquiries about Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez’s trip to Morocco with his family for a few days of rest.
“I believe the Prime Minister has every right to spend time with his family. It’s a strictly personal matter, and, of course, I have nothing to say about it,” remarked Félix Bolaños.
He also took the opportunity to address those spreading unfounded rumors, asserting that they should come to terms with their lack of influence as they do not represent the majority in the country.
Pedro Sánchez, together with his family, has recently arrived in Marrakech, Morocco, for a few days of vacation, following the general elections in July. The trip is strictly private, and notably, President Sánchez chose to travel with a commercial line instead of using the reserved Falcon for authorities, showing his preference for a low-profile holiday.