The 8-M has starred in the control session to the Government with the PP spokesperson demanding Pedro Sánchez to "apologize to the women." The President of the Government has done pirouettes to avoid explaining the division of his Executive on account of the law of only yes is yes and, at times becoming leader of the opposition, has preferred to blame the popular ones for "increasingly resembling Vox " clinging to the Castilla y León government pact. "What worries women are the similarities between the PP and the extreme right," he stated before asking the popular representative, Cuca Gamarra, if her formation supports the parity law that the Council of Ministers approved yesterday.
Sánchez, wearing a purple bow on his lapel, has not explained why he preferred yesterday not to participate in the vote on the PSOE bill to correct the yes is yes law and has limited himself to insisting that his government "works for women" while reproaching the popular for the appeals filed before the Constitutional Court "against women's rights".
Gamarra has hit hard by reminding the president that yesterday he shied away when voting, thus leaving open the question of what or who Pedro Sánchez is betting on, to maintain the law of yes is yes or to correct it? By the socialist part of the Government or by the house?
The popular one has blurted out: "You cannot call yourself a feminist." And she added: "What happened here yesterday was an amendment to the entirety of her feminism and her Government that only has the survival of one man as a priority: Pedro Sánchez."
The person questioned has not answered any of the questions and has taken cover by accusing the PP of corruption and making comparisons with the attitude that the PSOE has shown with the Tito Berni case: "When we have a stowaway on the ship we immediately lower him ashore and when I get on a boat the first thing I do is check who the skipper is".
The attack against the president by 8-M and the division that it has revealed within the Government has continued with the interventions of Santiago Abascal (Vox) and deputy Sergio Sayas. Both have questioned Sánchez's feminism. The first has ensured that the Executive treats animals better than women and the second has claimed: "The entire government of him is a great pyramidal scam."
The blows for 8-M have dotted the entire session intermingling with the cross accusations of corruption reborn by the Mediator case. Thus, the deputy of the PP, Belén Hoyo, in her face to face with the second vice president, Yolanda Díaz, has lamented the "step back" that in her opinion this government has taken in matters of feminism. Hoyo thus alluded to the revelry in brothels of former Socialist deputy Juan Bernardo Fuentes Curbelo.
"You do not protect women, you destroy the feminist movement, what do we have to celebrate?" asked the deputy. And Yolanda Díaz, following the example of Sánchez, has assured that she feels "very proud" of the Government and of all the social policies that she has promoted.
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