The leader of Más País and deputy in Congress, Íñigo Errejón, has stated that the negotiation for the composition of the Government is being closed directly by the president, Pedro Sánchez, and the leader of Sumar, Yolanda Díaz, while he has ruled himself out as ministerable by guaranteeing that his work will continue in Congress. In statements to TVE, collected by Europa Press, he has avoided detailing how many ministries Sumar aspires to in the Executive, although his weight will be translated into departments, although he has added that some of the “decisive positions” in these conversations are in portfolios. that have appeared in journalistic information, without specifying which ones. On the other hand, he has promised that Sumar will work in a “loyal” and “disciplined” manner with the PSOE within the Executive but also with “honesty” if they perceive that their ally “does not want to go that far” when it comes to deploying measures. Errejón has opted for prudence when asked about the assignment of portfolios and names that are considered for ministries, although he has explained that from now on it will be “intense hours” with “a weekend that will have little of a weekend” . What’s more, he has deepened that “everything is going to be very fast” given that a Council of Ministers will be convened on Tuesday. “The question of who is and where work is being done now is being negotiated now. Yolanda Díaz is negotiating and working on it directly with the president of the government Pedro Sánchez,” said the deputy of the plurinational group to highlight that the final details are being finalized. speaking at the “highest level” and official announcements, in any case, are up to the president to make. Of course, he has ruled himself out of the pools for the ministries and, with humor, has indicated that he is not waiting for any call from Sánchez. “VERY QUIET” DESPITE THE CLASHES BETWEEN PODEMOS AND SUMAR Asked if he is worried that Podemos, after its leader Ione Belarra denounced the veto of her party in the Government and revealed that she has not spoken with Díaz since July, could break with Sumar, Errejón has said that he is “very calm” although in any case that question must be answered by the purple formation. What’s more, he has explained that Sánchez’s investiture has shown that “very different” formations have understood each other “for a greater good”, so they all “did well” and were “up to the task” of the moment. Therefore, the task now is for this parliamentary investiture block to be maintained throughout the legislature. And in the face of the extreme right that calls for a “national uprising” with its protests against the investiture, acting as if the State “were its own”, the message of the coalition and the plurinational majority in the Government must be clear and consistent that the Government voted by the Spanish “he is not going to ask for forgiveness or permission, he is going to govern.” MESSAGE TO THE ULTRA RIGHT: THEY WILL GOVERN WITHOUT ASKING FOR “FORGIVENESS OR PERMISSION” Asked if there will be differences with the attitude of Unidas Podemos in the previous mandate, Errejón stressed that Sumar’s priority for this mandate is to push for compliance with the government agreement, as the reduction of working hours, and that Sumar has a different style of doing politics, “more discreet” in negotiations but “forceful” in principles. And at this point he has admitted that they do not share everything with the PSOE given that their space is much more ambitious in terms of regulating dismissal, regulating the housing market or recognizing the Palestinian State. “We are going to work loyally, we are going to continue defending our positions with complete clarity and we are going to take care of the collective progress and the direction of a government that is owed not only to its voters but to the entire Spanish population,” he insisted.