Antonio Garamendi asks the parties for understanding from Denmark: "We want stability, we want moderation"

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The president of the Spanish Confederation of Business Organizations stated during the celebration of the Spain-Denmark economic forum who seek “stability, moderation, dialogue and compliance with the law.” He has thus responded to the question about whether the political instability of Spain can affect the international projection of companies. “We want stability, we want moderation,” she insisted. Furthermore, he stated: “What we would like is for the big parties to agree, 73% of the Chamber are deputies from the Popular Party and the Socialist Party and we think that the best 45 years in the history of Spain are the last , with democracy, with the Constitution of ’78 and we would like Spain to continue moving from that space of moderation with the parliamentary monarchy, which he defines as one of the greatest qualities of democracy that there can be”.

Antonio Garamendi is in Copenhagen on the occasion of the State trip of the Kings Don Felipe and Doña Letizia to Denmark. As part of this Tuesday’s agenda, a business forum was held with the presence of Felipe VI and the crown prince. Frederick of Denmark. The businessman has assured that the presence of the King at this type of event is very necessary, since he “lends a fundamental hand to Spanish companies and employment.”

In addition to remembering that “Spain is a country with very important strengths”, he has assured that what gives “stability” to the nation is the democratic system by which it is governed, the parliamentary monarchy. “Last week was a very important day for Spain and for the continuity of a democracy that is what we need to continue moving towards the future,” he said, referring to the oath of the Princess Constitution, which for him is another example of stability in Spain. “The message that must be conveyed is: we have to continue working to continue creating a future, which is what we all deserve,” he concluded.

Garamendi has offered these statements before Felipe VI’s intervention in this forum, which has the future of investments in green hydrogen as the main object of the conversations.

Climate change and this transition towards carbon neutrality is, in the words of the King, “one of the main social concerns of our time.”

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