This is Raquel Sánchez, the former minister that Pedro Sánchez has compensated with the presidency of Paradores

Movement of chips: the former Minister of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda Raquel Sánchez She arrives at Paradores as president and does so to replace Pedro Saura, who leaves the public hotel chain to take charge of Correos, as confirmed by Europa Press. We discover the Catalan lawyer, 48 years old, former mayor of Gavá (Barcelona) and mother of two children. A destination, considered as a candy and a golden retirement that is remunerated with about 200,000 a year, as they have slipped in The critical look on Telecinco.

Raquel Sánchez, from now on at the head of Paradores de Turismo de España which brings together more than 100 unique establishments spread across 16 autonomous communities, began her political career in the City Council of her hometown of Gavà (Barcelona), where she served as mayor in 2007. The former socialist minister, 48, has two children, Gabriel and Marcel. She is married to Narciso, an associate criminal lawyer in a Catalan law firm, who balances his office with collaborations in the NGO Juristas Sin Fronteras.

He studied primary school at the Inmaculada Concepción School and high school at the Bruguers Institute in Gavà. She graduated in Law from the University of Barcelona and completed a Master's Degree in Labor Law and Social Security at the Pompeu Fabra University. During the first years after her degree, she practiced as a lawyer in Barcelona in a well-known firm until she created her own in Castelldefels.

The Barcelonan held the Transport portfolio of the Government of Pedro Sánchez from July 2021 until last November. Its new destination, Paradores, is a public company that depends organically on the Ministry of Industry and Tourism.