Popular and oranges are again on alert and already announce a new confrontation with the Government if the PSOE proposals and more country's proposals continue to control, limit and guide independent supervisory agencies, in the opinion of both formations, sufficient democratic legitimacy.
Since the PP is aimed directly at the highest and accusing the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, of exhibiting increasing "more authoritarian" dyes as evidenced by the pretension of his group in the Congress of "Controling independent agencies that supervise his management" .
The first opposition party has made public its opinion with a TUIT in which it reveals its suspicion that with these approaches, collected in a document that aims to serve as a basis for the report prepared by the Subcommittee in charge of analyzing the impartiality of the Independent authorities and regulatory agencies, which seeks Sánchez is to make sure that these institutions "do not get out of their roadmap to stay in the Moncloa."
The Deputy Secretary of PP, Ana Beltrán, affirms for its part that socialists "are not enough to break our country," but also, "they want to assault independent agencies to keep everything under government control."
Bal recalls and criticizes "The distribution of finger with the PP" of the Armchairs of the Constitutional Court or the Court of Auditors and regrets that now also "question the legitimacy of the organs that do not depend on the government". Before these attempt, says the orange leader, "citizens will be opposite."
The document recorded yesterday at the PSOE Congress and more country questions the democratic legitimacy of agencies such as the CNMC, the CNMV, the Transparency or Airof Council whose responsible maximum, point, "are not depositaries of a relationship of trust with Parliament ".
Therefore they advocate that the performance of these entities is limited and legally limited because, the opposite, they affirm "would mean recognizing certain organisms an exorbitant status that is not foreseen in the Constitution."
The document insists that the creation of this type of independent bodies should be limited to exclusively technical areas so that they can adopt "measures with political discretion without the legitimacy of origin or exercise with which the government has." In this sense, they conclude that the Executive should have the "sufficient powers" to promote or agree on the "dissolution" of these entities.Updated Date: 04 December 2021, 09:21