The law of the only yes is yes continues to be the protagonist of the control session at the start of the year. The Popular Party has extended its hand this Wednesday to Pedro Sánchez to convene an extraordinary plenary session next week and in it to debate, when before, the "rectification" of the Government on the star norm of the Ministry of Equality, whose application has favored the sentences more than half a thousand sexual offenders in recent weeks.
"If you want, next Thursday the 23rd we will bring your rectification to this plenary session," the general secretary and parliamentary spokesperson for the popular, Cuca Gamarra, told the chief executive at the beginning of the session held this Wednesday. An offer that has not had a response from Sánchez, who has hidden behind the fact that the Government, if it is "wrong", is "trying to solve the problem". Minutes later, already in the halls of Congress, Sánchez insisted to the journalists: "We are going to solve it."
The tension in the last hours has escalated, both within the Government and in the bloc of partners. This Tuesday, while Podemos opted for the hard line and pushed aside Yolanda Díaz, the purples, together with ERC and EH Bildu, stopped the PSOE's attempts to debate next week the reform of the law of only yes is yes.
A decision that postpones the parliamentary clash on this norm to the week of 8-M. However, in Podemos they trust in reaching an alternative solution within the Government, as demanded by the allies, since taking this modification to a vote, they warn from the purple apparatus, will open up the confidence of the parliamentary bloc that supports the Executive and will weaken "the social and feminist majority" in the Lower House.
Hence the offer of the PP, which considers that Sánchez has been "lost for four months" and, for this reason, already allowed the processing of the socialist reform by emergency means on Tuesday, with the support of Vox, since United We Can also He put himself in profile at the Congress Table in order to delay the arrival of the proposal to the Plenary.
This extension of deadlines is annoying among the opposition parties: Gamarra herself has denounced this Wednesday the "parsimony" of La Moncloa when it comes to correcting the serious consequences of the law of only yes is yes, at the same time that quickly and celeridad responds to the requests of its partners to reduce the cost of embezzlement and eliminate sedition. "His urgencies of him have nothing to do with those of the Spaniards," she lamented.
The reproaches, yes, come from all the opposition. Vox and Ciudadanos also demand that the Government rectify as soon as possible and settle the battle within it for the law of only yes is yes and how to modify it. In this regard, Inés Arrimadas has admitted to the president her surprise that she has not yet dismissed Minister Irene Montero, given the "big problem that her rule is posing."
Sánchez, in response to Arrimadas, has charged against the situation and the decline of the liberals: "They have become the alibi and the sad echo of the extreme right."
Montero herself, for her part, has been addressed by Ignacio GIl Lázaro, from Vox, who has pointed out that "in addition to lying, the Government tried to entangle" by attacking judges, the opposition and the press instead of admitting its serious rulings in the elaboration of the norm. And, like Arrimadas, he has wondered how it is possible that "in this immense nonsense no one has resigned."
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