Madrid (EFE) of the only yes is yes after having offered him the votes of his formation to amend it.
“Do you think Spain deserves a government in permanent crisis?” Is the question with which the head of the opposition will try to expose Sánchez and his management of the crisis in the government, which has been caused by the reductions in penalties for sexual offenders as a result of said law, and the resistance of the United We Can sector to facilitate its modification.
This will be the eighth parliamentary meeting between Sánchez and Feijóo since the former president of the Xunta was appointed president of the PP and it is held when the political focus is on the internal controversy with the members of Unidas Podemos as a result of the reform of the law of the only yes is yes to prevent future convicted of sexual crimes from benefiting from reduced sentences.
To reinforce his offensive, the spokesman for the popular group in the Senate, Javier Maroto, will address the second vice president and Minister of Labor, Yolanda Díaz, to whom he will ask if she is “satisfied” with “her contribution within of the coalition government”, on account of its distancing with the strategy of United We Can in this crisis.
The Popular Party has extended its hand to the PSOE so that it approves with its votes the modification of the norm, an offer to which, however, the President of the Government has not responded and about which the PSOE is skeptical, understanding that the popular ones do not share the whole of the law.
The PP denounces the “parsimony” of the Executive when it comes to stopping the reductions in sentences for sexual offenders and the “war” that is being lived within a government that Feijóo already sees as “broken”.
For this reason, they demand to repair the “botch” and not delay its modification until March 7, when it is expected that Congress will debate the consideration of the bill of the socialist group with the changes proposed by the PSOE and that are not convincing to the ministers of United We Can.
After attending to Feijóo, Pedro Sánchez will answer two other questions from the ERC spokespersons, Mirella Cortès, and the PNV, Estefanía Beltrán de Heredia, also for a time of seven minutes between the question and the reply, the same as the president will have to answer and close the question.