VALENCIA, 25 Mar. (EUROPA PRESS) –
The deputy of the PSPV in Les Corts and mayor of Rafal (Alicante), Manuel Pineda, has decided to return to the query, to help in the fight against the coronavirus: “it Is here where I believe that I have to be to be able to help, not only to the health care system, but to all those people who can have that feeling of uncertainty and who need our help.”
So says in a video in which you can see already in the query, and protected in a mask, who has shared his fellow party member and socialist spokeswoman in the parliament of valencia, Manolo Mata, who has shown “very proud” of Pineda, and I have desired luck. It has not been the only one who has appreciated the gesture, as another parliamentarian, David Calvo, has highlighted the “huge” responsibility. “Thank you, I will take care of it. Beware all”, has responded to this.
Very proud of my colleague @ManuelPinedaVB , doctor and member of parliament for @SocialistesVal @PSPVcorts in @cortsval . You have returned to your work, your vocation, to help. Luck, Manolo! Great decision! pic.twitter.com/pAraNiqHUJ
— Manolo Mata (@manolomata) March 25, 2020
The socialist is, in addition to the mayor of this town of the Vega Baja, secretary general of the socialists of the district and deputy provincial. It is also a family physician, specialist in occupational medicine and a Doctor of medicine and surgery.
In the video, Pineda explains that he has returned to the query: “The Covid-19 has put me on my site, where I have been for so many years to help those people who at this moment are having that uncertainty about the pandemic and to exercise the vocation that I have always had, which is that of help, as with any health”.
In addition, he continues by pointing out that at this time the situation in the Vega Baja is “pretty good” at least in regard to the Health Department of Orihuela but feel that you need to “get ready”: “I have that feeling of responsibility, to prepare myself for what may come. Contingency plans can go more and I have to be prepared, of course, continuing with the political responsibilities that I have, from the Mayor’s office and a deputy”.
Manuel Pineda points out that interpreting the words of the president of the Generalitat, Ximo Puig, “that says more or less that if the people suffer, the politicians we have to suffer with them,” he believes that it is serving as a doctor where you need to be.
Also, it concludes by launching a message of hope: “we’re Going to all go out together, this is what we are going to stop between everyone. Mood, go ahead and continue.”