Control session The PP asks the PSOE for guarantees that ETA prisoners will not be "pardoned or amnestied" and Bolaños says that all agreements are "public"

The rejection of the pact that the PSOE has reached with EH Bildu to evict UPN from the Pamplona mayor's office is an issue that already reaches all levels of national politics

Control session The PP asks the PSOE for guarantees that ETA prisoners will not be "pardoned or amnestied" and Bolaños says that all agreements are "public"

The rejection of the pact that the PSOE has reached with EH Bildu to evict UPN from the Pamplona mayor's office is an issue that already reaches all levels of national politics. The opposition took to the streets and will take the matter to all city councils so that the socialists can speak out, and this Wednesday it definitively led to Congress. The first control session of the legislature in which Pedro Sánchez is present had as its main protagonist the motion of censure in the capital of Navarra that in a few days will hand over the mayor's office to EH Bildu. The Popular Party and Vox took advantage of the parliamentary examination to question both the president of the Government and several of his ministers about the "hooded pact" of the socialists with the nationalist left.

A definition that revolves around an unknown: the agreement between the PSOE and EH Bildu for the investiture of Sánchez is the only one whose content is not known to this day. Hence, the PP considers that handing over the mayor's office of Pamplona, ​​"the jewel in the crown" for the radical left, is "the first bill" that Arnaldo Otegi is charging the socialist leader.

For this reason, the Popular Party asked the Government this Wednesday if its plans include "pardoning or amnesty" ETA prisoners, in a similar way to what has been done with the independence leaders condemned by the process.

"Can you guarantee us that there won't be any?" Representative Carlos García Adanero, formerly of UPN, urged the Minister of the Presidency, Félix Bolaños, who did not clarify this issue and accused the opposition parties of living "outside of reality" by not accepting that "democracy defeated ETA" more than a decade ago. In addition, he clarified that all agreements reached so far by his formation are "public."

Some words with which the minister avoided answering the question posed by the popular bench. "It has become clear how proven his word and his commitments are," Adanero responded. "You have changed sides," reproached the popular parliamentarian, who reiterated that Sánchez's allies "are still proud of the terrorist group ETA."

The offensive by Vox was twofold: both the parliamentary spokesperson, Pepa Millán, and the deputy Ignacio Gil Lázaro took advantage of their interventions to ask respectively the President of the Government and the Minister of the Presidency and Justice about an agreement that makes the socialists "open the doors of the institutions" to the heirs "of those who wielded the guns.

Millán directly accused Sánchez of "disdaining" the victims of the terrorist group by "agreeing with their executioners." "Bildu is not a democratic party, and the PSOE has become its great supporter," launched the Vox spokesperson in Congress.