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José Enrique Serrano and Natalia Gonzalez, new members of the PSOE after the departure of Madina and Trevín

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José Enrique Serrano and Natalia Gonzalez, new members of the PSOE after the departure of Madina and Trevín

NEWSPAPER archive: Eduardo Madina leaving his seat as a deputy of PSOE in Congress

The veteran José Enrique Serrano, chief of cabinet of former presidents Felipe González and José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, and leader of advisory centre of woman of Laviana (Gijón), Natalia Gonzalez, have taken possession of his seat in Congress as deputies of PSOE, in substitution of Eduardo Madina, and susanistaAntonio Trevín.

José Enrique Serrano, in madrid, of 68 years, he was director of Cabinet of president of Government Felipe Gonzalez (1995-96) and José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero (2004-11) and also advised to Pedro Sanchez in his previous mandate at head of PSOE.

In July of 2015 was one of members of council of experts that he appointed Sanchez to develop a reform of Constitution, and in February of 2016 was part of team socialist who negotiated an agreement of government with Citizens.

For her part, Natalia González, born in France in 1966, is a lawyer and specialist in social issues and is linked from 90s to Foundation Simone de Beauvoir and development of projects related to care of women victims of male violence.

Both Serrano as Natalia Gonzalez were located in orbit of Patxi López in primaries for leadership of socialist party four months ago.

Serrano, who went to elections as number nine by Madrid, and Gonzalez, as number 3 by Asturias, replace to Madina and Trevín, who resigned ir seats over a month ago for disagreeing with political project of Pedro Sanchez. She claimed that I was going to start "a new professional stage". The Trevín, for his part, said "do not share strategy, parliamentary of new leadership of PSOE".

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