The use of a tank in metal protests in Cádiz, added to the images of riots and police action, has generated tension and discomfort in the government. It is an issue with which PSOE and united we can - especially the purple, despite being government games and be the last responsible, they are not comfortable. Socialists, before the generated controversy, protect the Minister of the Interior, Fernando Grande-Marlaska, and point to the command at the head of the police operation as responsible.
For the Socialists, the decision to remove the tank "is an operational issue that decides those who are at the forefront of the police operation," said Philip Sicily, spokesman for the PSOE. A vision that contrasts with that of United can, since the second vice president, Yolanda Díaz, went to the Minister to ask for information about the disagreement of it with the decision. "The controls have the necessary means because they know the degree of concern that may have around the protest."
Along with the Cádiz's protests, another concern for the PSOE are the manifestations of members of security forces and bodies as a result of the new citizen security standard that promotes the government. Police and civil guards are mobilized from today, with a great call on Saturday. Socialists try to appease the discomfort and ensure that the new regulation will "give legal security to their actions".
"This law will protect members of security forces and bodies so that they can exercise their work with the professionalism they do and with guarantees," the PSOE Executive spokesman said.Updated Date: 24 November 2021, 10:53