Madrid (EFE) minimum wage, pensions or bank tax is because for them good people are “little” and “powerful”.
Sánchez has brought to the control session in Congress the statement that Feijóo made yesterday in the Senate to criticize the trans laws and the only yes is yes, by telling the president to “stop bothering good people.”
“When they vote no to the interprofessional minimum wage it is because they interpret that their beneficiaries are not good people, when they vote against the revaluation of pensions they will consider that pensioners are not good people or when they vote against the tax on large energy companies or large financial institutions will be because they consider that these people are good, ”said Sánchez before the PP spokesperson, Cuca Gamarra.
And he then exclaimed: “How few good people there are in your country and how powerful it is.”
Sánchez has thus replied to the criticism of Gamarra, who has reproached that “with the trains” there are resignations and with the more than 540 reductions for sexual offenders there are not, which according to the PP shows that “communist” ministers such as that of Equality, Irene Montero.
The PP spokeswoman has reproached Sánchez for being “incapable of rectifying”, has asked him to get off “the train of pride and accept the outstretched hand of the PP” and has stated that “he seems to have a personal interest in delaying the solution” . “Let’s see if it’s you, and we can’t, who wants a headline on 8-M”, she has added.
In addition, he has been asked if his Government adds up, to which he has responded that it adds up with measures for health, women or LGTBI groups and that he would like to also add up with the PP but for this they must “return to the fold of complying with the Constitution” renewing the Judiciary.
Gamarra has not had the opportunity to reply to Sánchez regarding his criticism of the notion of “good people”, although previously in the corridors he had indicated that they are “among others the millions of Spaniards who have been disappointed by Pedro Sánchez”, including those who support the trans law because “there are good people for everything”.
In addition, as yesterday in the Senate, the president has brought to Congress the crisis that ended the leadership of Pablo Casado in the PP, when he has told Gamarra that some criticize him “unfairly” for “changing his jacket” when “he does not It is like that” because “the boss changes” and she continues to do the same thing: “revere” the leader.
“The biggest change of jacket is his because he promised the voters that he would not govern with Podemos and that he would not agree with Bildu and those millions of voters are the ones he has betrayed,” Gamarra replied.
In addition, he has invited Sánchez to go to a supermarket and has denounced that it adds “poverty and inequality” when in his Government there are different solutions to the increase in the price of the shopping cart.