Perplexity, "disappointment" and some fear. United We can feel that the PSOE Esquilma at this beginning of the year the relationship between both parties within the Government with its refusal to support Alberto Garzón after its discussed statements that have irritated the livestock sector and given ammunition to the opposition. A gesture that tests, the purple say, the "disloyalty" of the PSOE on doors of the electoral campaign in Castilla y León.
All after the Government President, Pedro Sánchez, after two days emphasizing that the PSOE supports the primary sector, said Monday in an interview in the chain to be that "he lamented a lot" the stir generated around the message of his minister of Consumption in the British press. "With that I say everything," Sánchez dabbed. And the partners of him enraged for neither "denying" this theory nor publicly supporting Garzón.
After the surprise and at the lack of socialist support within the Council of Ministers, the purple ones are questioned whether "Buy Bulos" and "not defending their ministers" is enough proof of "disloyalty" by their partner. And go beyond: they accuse PSOE, having herself the "lies" of the PP to sink we can, to articulate a clamp with which to "restore" bipartisanship at the national level with popular absorption of citizens and the minimization of the Purplestones through a discredit campaign that has already ripped out in Castilla y León and who threatens to wear united we can at a territorial level, but also the coalition executive at the national level.
"We have always been loyal to the government," the purple spokesman and candidate admitted 13-F, Pablo Fernández. "They know [the PP and the PSOE] that what is being used is a Bulo". That on the eve of the Sánchez campaign Avoid supporting the United Left Leader Chokes with the image of "stability" that the president sold this weekend in Palencia and deepens in the distrust that dragged the purple in recent weeks, evidenced in his struggles with the president of the Congress, Meritxell Batet; Vice President Nadia Calviño or Minister Luis FLAS, who accuse of yielding to the pressures of the rural world.
"Generate tension, noise and doubts that are not based on any kind of actual fact is greatly harmful," he said, after removing "the respect and affection of the government" to the world of livestock, with which there are already five socialist ministers That - together with Sánchez - have disavowed Garzón.
The debate on the words of Garzón, splashed and the elections and faced the government internally, will expand to each institution or political conversation. Thus, the PSOE is prepared to deal with the Congress with the attack of the opposition, which provides for maintaining the pulse and demanding the dismissal of Garzón and the "fulminating" suppression of the Ministry of Consumer.
The theme is "annoying", a "hot potato", in the opinion of the sources that will try to "cage" making an effort, as explained by the parliamentarian spokesman, Héctor Gómez, for "reduced tension" in order to avoid reaching a " Dynamics of reprobation ".
The objective of socialists is "minimizing" this controversy with the argument that keeping it alive "harms the image of Spain". "The reputation of a country, its export image, it costs a lot to win and enough a second to lose it," says Gómez, for whom the debate and the problem "is no longer the existence of macrogranjas but the quality of Spanish meat exports" .
In the parliamentary group they are aware that their position in this controversy is difficult because they have to move in the complicated balance of closing ranks around the decision of the president to keep the Minister of Consumption while represented, as Sanchez has done, Your statements. Socialists also regret the damage that this debate causes, right at the start of the Castellanoleonso pre-compromise, at its electoral expectations.Updated Date: 10 January 2022, 20:11