The President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, raises the pressure on its habitual parliamentary partners and warns that the one who does not support the government, will be "harmed" with loss of electoral support. The president wanted to extrapolate Spain what happened in Portugal, where the Socialist António Costa has achieved an absolute majority in the elections caused by the refusal of his Left Partners to approve the budgets for 2022. These partners on the left have lost support and coast He has won them.
Sánchez has been very satisfied with that result and has affirmed that "one of the main lessons of the elections in Portugal" is that the left-wing matches and "also on the right" that "have not contributed to stability and have blocked the Approval, for example, the budgets have been harmed in this process. " "It is important that all parties be aware that citizens want are parties that arouse the shoulder," he said, carrying Portugal to his field of problems to carry out labor reform in Spain.
Sánchez has accompanied these state-right statements in Dubai with a final call "at the maximum parliamentary support" to labor reform, in which habitual partners of Sánchez as Republican Square or PNV have been resisted so far to support a decree that, according to Sánchez , it has "an unquestionable legitimacy". Asked about the hostility of the Second Vice President, Yolanda Díaz, to obtain the support of citizens because "expels" in his opinion, the investiture partners, Sánchez has called no rule out any vote and, on the contrary, he recalled that the Government of Coalition will need further reforms to obtain European funds. In that line he has recognized "once again the sense of state" of social agents and has shown good relationship with the president of CEOE, Antonio Garamendi, which appears in the business delegation that has accompanied the president in Emirates. The President has not taken care of parliamentary support for labor reform, although he has not ruled out a final scrub backup, so he has made a final appeal: "I ask the legislative power to convave a good country agreement."
In any case, he has assured that "political stability is guaranteed" and clearly sees that he can continue at the front of the government until 2023.
On the other hand, the socialist leader has eluded comment on Juan Carlos I despite his journey to the country he has welcomed him since August 2020. He has not wanted to comment on whether it is about the situation of the Former Head of State in his meetings with the Prince Heir and the Prime Minister of Emirates and have ensured that his agenda in this Persian Gulf country is exclusively "to strengthen relations" between both countries and has considered "very important" the signing of new economic agreements.Date Of Update: 02 February 2022, 19:14