The voice of the Spanish Minister of Interior, Fernando Grande-Marlaska, who said, regarding a possible electoral advance in Spain, that all members of the Government are “very calm” and with the intention to “continue working”.
Grande-Marlaska has said he doesn’t know what will be the decision taken by the President of the Government, Pedro Sanchez, next Friday after the Council of Ministers once the General State Budgets for this exercise have been rejected on Wednesday.
“The president, sure that when he considers that elections have to be held, he will announce it. When he has to say and what he has to say, he will say it. To this day, the Government works and continues to work. We are all very calm, ” Minister of Interior said.
Grande-Marlaska made these statements to journalists in Rabat, where he accompanied the King and the Queen of Spain on their state visit to the Maghreb country.
First, listen MP3 with the voice of Fernando Grande-Marlaska (February 13, 2019):
Then, read translation of the transcription:
“The president, when he has to say and what he has to say, will say it. The important thing, I think, at the present time is that this country, that this Government works and continues working. And I think the example was given by the Minister of Finance yesterday.”
Escucha el MP3 y responde las preguntas. (Listen the audio and answer the questions.)
del presidente de España.
de lo que dijo ayer el presidente.
de su carrera profesional.
ya dirá lo que tenga que decir.
ya dijo todo lo que tenía que decir.
no cree que diga nada.
el Gobierno continúa trabajando.
el Gobierno ya no está trabajando.
el Gobierno dejará de trabajar.
ella también está trabajando.
ella sabe lo que dirá el presidente.
en estos momentos no está trabajando.
presente del indicativo del verbo tener.
presente del subjuntivo del verbo tener.
imperativo del verbo tener.
no es valioso.
es de interés.
expresar un deseo.