Pedro Sanchez This Saturday, February 10, he attended the 38th edition of the Goya Awards, held at the Valladolid Fair. The President of the Government has been received with cheers of “Pedro, Pedro” by many of the fans who have gathered at the venue to see the stars of Spanish cinema.

The leader of the Executive, who was at a rally in Vigo in the morning, has also boasted on Instagram about his time at the Goya and has done so with the famous Leiva song My Best Version. The fragment chosen by the president for his story says this: “And in the days of self-destruction there is no dog that barks at me. Don't look for my best version, the air has taken it away.” An election that has not gone unnoticed on networks.

Beyond the song, the politician has selected some of the most notable moments of his time at the great festival of Spanish cinema, such as his greetings with Belén Rueda, with Pedro Almodóvar or Penélope Cruz.

The president also starred in another viral moment a few days ago when he gave his opinion on The debt, the song chosen at the Benidorm Fest to represent Spain in Eurovision 2024. “The fachosphere would have liked Cara al sol more,” said the socialist about this song, which has opened a great debate in Spanish society among those who consider that empowers women (as the Nebulossa duo intends) and among those who think the opposite. About the song, this Saturday he said: “Culture is culture.” And he joked: “I haven't danced it.”

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