Morant, on whether he will present a candidacy to lead the PSPV-PSOE: “See you on Monday”

01/26/2024 The Minister of Science, Innovation and Universities, Diana Morant, attends to the media upon her arrival at the closing of the Chair of Artificial Intelligence event of the University of Valencia, on January 26, 2024, in Valencia, Valencian Community (Spain). The Microsoft-Universitat de Valencia Chair of Privacy and Digital Transformation, in collaboration with the Minsait Legaltech & Artificial Intelligence Chair, organizes the ‘IV AI & Human Development Meeting. The economics of AI: the challenges of the AI ​​Act’. The meeting analyzes the challenges that future regulation regarding artificial intelligence poses for the Spanish economy and society. POLITICS Rober Solsona – Europa Press

The Minister of Science, Innovation and Universities, Diana Morant, has not wanted to advance whether she will present a candidacy to succeed the hitherto general secretary of the PSPV-PSOE, Ximo Puig, at the head of the formation, although she has assured that her “effort” in The next few weeks will focus on “ensuring that mistakes made in the past are not repeated.” “We are going to celebrate the committee. What I would like to say is that we will see each other on Monday,” she insisted, asked by the media, before starting the National Committee of the Valencian Socialists, in case she will be a candidate to lead the PSPV-PSOE Morant has maintained that it is “always” due to “militancy” and has asserted that she is “not” Ferraz’s candidate or anyone else’s. “People who know me (my friends, my family) know that I am always at the disposal of the socialist project and, always, from wherever I have been able to be, I have worked for the socialist project,” she highlighted. “There are exciting days ahead for the PSOE, these are weeks in which we have to work for a mandate that militancy always has: that we do things well,” he defended, while highlighting that “the greatest hope for the right” is that the PSPV “makes a mistake again.” “Making mistakes means those mistakes that we have made in the past and for which we have been in the opposition for 20 years,” she noted. Finally, he reiterated that this Saturday is “a great day for Valencian socialism” with the celebration of the National Committee, which “will begin the process of reconquering the Generalitat and many mayoralties that fell into the hands of the right and the extreme right.” “So I would say that today is a holiday,” she concluded.

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