Total disagreement around CGPJ. Government and PP have entered its position on Tuesday and have been mutually accused of "not complying", to "block renewal" and not to ensure judicial independence. Not only that: both have underlined that the first step towards understanding has to give the other party, or there will be no agreement.
First, the spokespersons of the PSOE, Héctor Gómez, and the PP, Cuca Gamarra, have crossed reproaches on the press wheels after the spokesmen. The first has accused Paul married to lead a "boycott", to be "a disoriented leader", of not having a "sense of state" and producing "a hemorrhage of statements to confuse citizenship".
And Gamarra affirms: "We can not understand a hacker so as not to advance that judges choose judges as they ask Europe, constitutional and judges." "They block the possibility of reforms intentionally, there is no excuse," he adds.
Afterwards, this enormous difficulty in reaching a pact that unlocks the renewal of the Government Agency of the Judes has also been found at the meeting that has maintained the Minister of Presidency, Felix Bolaños, with the spokesman of the Popular Parliamentary Group, Cuca Gamarra .
In the meeting, four themes have been discussed: the renewal of the constitutional bodies, the General Budgets of the State for 2022, the reactivation of the Subcommittee on the Reform of the Electoral Law to modify the Rogado vote and the possibility of celebrating the debate on the State of the nation, rejects entry by the PSOE, according to sources of the PP.
Since PP counterattacan highlighting "the importance of voting" on taking into consideration of the proposal of law of the popular to change the system of election of judges, to which the PSOE has already announced that it will vote against . "The Ministerial Party has decided to block renewal" by not supporting "a reform that claim from the European Union to the judges themselves and that was a commitment of Sánchez," they insist Parliamentary sources of the PP.
For the government, "compliance with the law can not be submitted." "You can not fail to comply with a law because a party that has no parliamentary majority has decided to change your mind and now wishes to impose your will," they add from the executive.
At the meeting, which has lasted about 45 minutes, in addition to Gamarra and Bolaños, the Secretary General, Guillermo Mariscal, and the Deputy Secretary General, Isabel Borrego, by the PP; And by the Government, the Secretary of State for Relations with Cortes, Rafael Simancas, and the General Director of Relations with Cortes, Mercedes Cabrera.
As for the budgets, the PP ensures that the executive has not given them "no detail" and that means that he is looking for the support of his "Frankenstein Pact" partners.
The only one in what there has been some understanding has been to launch soon the Subcommittee to study changes in the Electoral Law, especially as regards the rogged vote.Updated Date: 22 September 2021, 08:51