We can ridicule Vox’s motion: “It is a numerite and we should not waste too much time”
The Belarra Party Tilda the ABASCAL initiative of “staging” that responds to its “battle” with the Popular Party
The president of the Senate charges against Vox’s motion of censure: “There is no right to tease citizens”
Podemos has ridiculed the motion of censure led by Professor Ramón Tamames that Vox records Monday at the Congress of Deputies. Cogobernative parties, PSOE and Unidas Podemos, face the Santiago Abascal initiative with different strategies. The PSOE and the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, will reach the debate with a serious speech -there is to remember that Sanchez achieved power in 2018 after a motion of censure against Mariano Rajoy. However, the leaders of Podemos lack little to laugh at the matter.
«Especent», «Ridiculo» and «Numerito» are some of the qualifiers that the co -spotlights of the party led by the Minister of Social Rights, Ione Belarra, have dedicated today in their press conference to the initiative of censorship to Sánchez. Alejandra Jacinto, spokesman for Podemos and candidate to preside over the Community of Madrid, has reduced the “to a battle with the Popular Party to see who occupies the covers with a more delirious speech.”
In Podemos they have been saying that Vox knows that his play will not prosper and is an electoral maneuver to portray the PP before the regional elections of May 28. «Given the grieving, given the number and ridicule of the motion of censure, we should not waste too much time to parliamentary groups or the general population, from there, what we have said; Reiterate that Vox and the Popular Party are in competition to see who occupies the covers saying more barbarities against the coalition government, ”explains Jacinto. “The Spanish right has run out of ideas,” he added.
In addition, the spokeswoman has regrets that the right is more focused on their electoral wars than in collaborating with the government to approve measures against inflation. On the other hand, Yolanda Díaz, second vice president and united leader Podemos in the Government, said Thursday that “absolutely respect” to Tamames and the people who, like him, go from military in the PCE to identify with Vox. Although it is still “surprising,” he added, that being a former communist leader, he now joins the Abascal party. A formation that, he said, “would have illegalized the PCE.” Díaz also called the motion of censure for the PP and not against Sánchez.