While the Government burns, Feijóo plays the lyre. The leadership of the PP claims to be "observing the circus" of the internal crisis of the Executive with astonishment and with a point of satisfaction at seeing how the PSOE and United We Can "cook in their own broth." "We have never seen such a thing: one half of the Government votes against the other half and makes a demonstration against the other half", while a law on equality is approved in which the Ministry of Equality does not participate, they have pointed out this Wednesday, in the Senate, sources of the leadership of the popular. "It's unpresentable."
For the leadership of Genoa, "this Government is in office" after the breakdown of voting unity regarding the Law of only yes is yes and after the harsh exchange of reproaches between United We Can -above all- and the PSOE in the rostrum congressional. "We went from the coalition to the collision and now to the demolition" and "to the insult", they emphasize in the PP.
For Feijóo's team, Sánchez "no longer has authority in the Government", because "there is a part of the Government that goes free". So, does the PP believe that the coalition will blow up? No. "Resisting is the government's only plan. They will resist. They will agree to a law that interests them and they will continue," the same sources explain.
For the PP, this weakness of the Government is what has made Pedro Sánchez bring up the photo of Feijóo with the narco Marcial Dorado during the control session of the Government this Wednesday in Congress. "Marta Sánchez came to my head with the song Desperate," a leader of the PP leadership has assured. "They are going to go all out against Feijóo; the campaign is going to be like this", he added.
Finally, sources from the leadership of the main opposition party have stressed that the laws belong to whoever signs them. "This law of the only yes is yes belongs to Sánchez. It belongs to the one who signs it. In this we agree with Podemos," added the same sources from the popular leadership.
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