Two heavyweights of the PP have had to roll up their sleeves this weekend in Madrid to help in the streets against the effects of the historic snowfall that the storm Filomena has left in the capital. The president of the PP, Pablo Casado, visited this Sunday various health centers from Madrid and, shovel in hand, has joined the snow removal access to facilitate the entry of users, while the mayor of the capital, José Luis Martínez-Almeida, has pushed his car that had gotten stuck in the snow and has helped the operators to move other vehicles away blocked in the road.
Among the health centers to which the leader of the popular has attended throughout the morning of this Sunday was the one chosen to perform Covid-19 tests on municipal staff From the capital.
The Popular Party has spread through its Twitter account several images in which it is seen Married removing accumulated snow on the sidewalk and driveway after the passage of the storm Filomena through the capital.
Through social networks, several leaders of the PP have criticized this Sunday the Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez, who has been accused of being absent since Friday and “reappearing” this Sunday, when it has stopped snowing in Madrid.
Almeida helps push cars
For his part, José Luis Martínez-Almeida, mayor of the capital, has starred this Sunday in a curious picture by having to push your car after this one stayed stuck in the snow, as collected OKDaily.
The leader was on his way to the Integrated Center for Security and Municipal Emergencies (CISEM), located near the Las Ventas bullring, when at the height of the Ministry of Defense he stopped because of the snow despite being using the required strings during this type of storm.
Several community officials proceeded to take out the mayor’s car, who, far from standing still got out of the vehicle to push it as one more. Almeida has also lent a hand to move other cars off the road that had been blocked like his, according to official sources.
Finally, the mayor of the capital has had to use a jeep of the Municipal Police to be able move around the city packed with snow. The current situation in Madrid has led Almeida to consider whether to request the declaration of a catastrophic zone and to recommend teleworking for the next few days.