Wednesday, January 26

PP and Cs denounce that the problem is Sánchez and not his ministers


The leader of the PP Pablo Casado talks with his parliamentary spokesman Cuca Gamarra and the secretary general of the party Teodoro Garcia Egea.

The leader of the PP Pablo Casado talks with his parliamentary spokesman Cuca Gamarra and the secretary general of the party Teodoro Garcia Egea.
EFE

Pedro Sánchez activated this Saturday the mechanisms to reshape the Government and the formations of the right have not been slow to warn him that the problem is not his ministers, but himself. PP and Cs have charged against the chief executive for his management of the crisis and, above all, for the relationship he is maintaining with the pro-independence formations. In this sense, the popular have denounced that despite the changes made by Sánchez in his Cabinet, the pro-independence formations will continue to handle the strings.

The spokeswoman for the popular parliamentary group in Congress, Cuca Gamarra, has assured that “the problem is not the ministers, the problem is Pedro Sánchez“. Minutes after knowing the remodeling of the Government, the popular leader has assured that this will not be able” to cover all the inefficiency, lie Y pride“Which, in his opinion, represents Sánchez.” Changing the winks is useless in the Sánchez government if the independentistas continue to pull the strings and he continues to lead that government, “he declared.

Next, Gamarra pointed out that the Spanish “do not want a government crisis”, but rather to be able to change the president himself. In this regard, he has asked Sánchez to dissolve the Cortes and call elections “so that the Spanish can speak.” “There will be no government crisis that can cover and change the course that Sánchez has set for Spain,” he concluded.

Pressure on the popular

The leader of Cs, Inés Arrimadas, has agreed with Gamarra: “For Spain I think the main problem is that Pedro Sánchez is the president. Therefore, everything that is not changing him as president is going to be a change of faces, but the problem is that he sets the course for the Government. ” Catalan Civil SocietyThe orange leader has insisted that as long as Sánchez continues to be the chief executive, “we are going to have the government doing the same things that are tremendously harmful for Spain.”

What Arrimadas has disagreed with is with the way to get Sánchez out of La Moncloa. The president of Cs recalled that Vox he is asking the PP to present a motion of censure against the Prime Minister and that, if he does not do so, they will do so. “You have to think about what is best for Spain and what is best for Spain is to think about what can most weaken the Government of Sánchez,” he said before pressuring the popular to present an initiative of this type.




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