The Popular Party qualifies as "very bad news" that the Government has reached an agreement between PSOE and united we can continue with the repeal of the labor reform that the Mariano Rajoy government approved in 2012.
After the announcement of the Government Agreement, the Economic Deputy Secretary of the PP, Elvira Rodríguez, has alerted that this decision takes away the help of the European Commission to Spain. "Of course, it is not what Europe asked to unlock the reconstruction funds. The EU continued to ask for flexibility and, of course, not to go back" in labor market legislation, in the opinion of it.
Of course, Elvira Rodríguez does not rule out that the ad be "a new deception with the words". The same has been expressed by the Popular Spokesperson in the Upper House, Javier Maroto: "Sánchez, with the labor reform, has deceived his militants and has deceived Europe. He has deceived his communist partners because he has deceived himself and deceived him Rest of the government and the employer when he promised him another, "he said at a press conference in the Senate.
"In the absence of seeing what the announcement is specified, it moves away from what Europe was requested in flexibility to unlock the reception of reconstruction funds," Rodríguez has finished. "And Europe?" He asked himself in a tuit.
For the PDECAT if Rajoy's reform had "so harmful" aspects as those who denounce government games, mainly united we can, "they would have to have repealed the day after being in power and not three years later."
In this regard, his spokesman notes that the reform that the PP approved in 2012 has been in force on all the time, "35% has been under a government of the PSOE and 20% under the coalition government" of Socialists and purple
For its part, the CUP moves between the satisfaction of seeing how the Second Vice President, Yolanda Díaz, manages to maintain its position on the table that negotiate although it still remains to be directed by the final battle with the first vice president, Nadia Calviño, and distrust regarding to the promises of Pedro Sánchez.
His spokesman at Congress, Mireia Vehí, wants to see a "change of tone" in the government despite the fact that it remains to be resolved by the "Battle of Promises" starting from which the President has been able to make the European Commission to receive the funds of the recovery plan in exchange for not completely fulminating the labor legislation inherited from the Government stage of Mariano Rajoy.
"What promises the government and the Ministry of Labor to Europe? This has to do with European funds and this is a problem," he has insisted, for whom it is essential to occur "facts quickly".Updated Date: 02 November 2021, 12:10