"Whoever says there is a measure that can allow us to change things from one day for another, with a publication in the BOE of something magical, or has no idea what is talking about or is making cheap demagogon".
The price of light continues to generate tensions in the executive. With the previous words, the Third Vice President and Minister of Ecological Transition, Teresa Ribera, the Parliamentary Spokesman of United Can, Pablo Echenique, who on Thursday claimed to limit the price of megawatter via real decree.
"Convening Putin maybe you can not," Echenique defended this Friday, "but the government could limit the price of the Nuclear and Hydroelectric MWH with a Royal Decree tomorrow and create a public company to combat price manipulation."
"Tomorrow you can not lower the light with a decree law," has been the vice president, "unless we make a kind of Brexit of the European electricity market or that we decide to dispense with natural gas or other sources of energy." The conditions of generation of electricity, it has explained it about it, they are "subjected" to the European rules. "We can not sell below the price."
Ribera, in an interview granted to LASEXTA, has considered "a false expectation" to raise that the price of light can be modified through a real decree, as proposed by its government partner, we can. "To say that this is resolved with a decree law is to generate a false expectation," she has expressed.
The Vice President has ruled out that "with a single measure" published "in the BOE" can "in 24 hours" modify the wholesale market of electricity to do so down "by half". The government does not have a "a magic wand" to achieve it, she has affected her, but should "continue working".
The minister of ecological transition has admitted that it is "perplexed", in addition, of the "confusing lessons" that give the Popular Party from the opposition and explained that the electricity invoice is based on many more factors than the consumption itself. "Paying only the consumed energy is something strange, demagogic, frivolous," he has considered the PP of wanting to "make up" the data of his proposals without including the "associated costs".Updated Date: 13 August 2021, 08:39