Sunday, November 29

Sánchez reaffirms his trust in Podemos and justifies Bildu’s support

The President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez.

The President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez.

The president of the Government, Pedro Sanchez, has ratified this Sunday its confidence in United we can as a member of the coalition executive despite the tensions evidenced in recent days, and has justified the support you may receive from EH Bildu for the legitimacy of their seats.

Sánchez has made these statements regarding the “health” of the coalition government when asked by journalists at the press conference after the G20 leaders summit for the latest discrepancies within the Executive.

Among them, the one generated by the amendment to the budgets presented by United Podemos together with ERC and EH Bildu to paralyze the evictions, or the defense of the party of Pablo Iglesias, in the middle of the migration crisis in the Canary Islands, of self-determination for the Sahrawi people.

Sánchez has reiterated his argument that once the agreement to form the coalition government is signed, all the ministers belong to that Executive, not to one party or another.

“So, all the ministers and ministers have my total confidence and my total empathy “, has guaranteed.

In addition, he has specified that the union of left-wing political forces is good news for Spain and especially at a time of economic, social and health emergency, because a response to the pandemic is being given with great attention to the groups that are suffering the most.

In these arguments and in his confidence in all the ministers, including those of United We Can, he has insisted when asking him if he thinks of a government crisis once Parliament approves the budget bill.

Regarding the proposal to avoid evictions, he recalled that measures have been approved that prohibit them until January 31, 2021, regardless of whether they may be continue making decisions soon to prolong it.

But he has not specified whether the amendment proposed by United Podemos, ERC and EH Bildu will finally be taken into account.

Sánchez has valued the coalition government’s attitude of dialogue with many other political forces and has emphasized the need to approve the General State Budgets (PGE) with them.

Those budgets, give stability to the legislature and promote a transformation agenda The country has stressed that they are the axes in which this Government is going to turn.

Given the criticism for the support of EH Bildu to the processing of the budgets, he recalled that there have been thirteen parties with 198 seats that have rejected the amendments to the whole presented by PP and VOX, and has considered that this is good for Spain .

“Too bad that some may be, Those 198 seats represent the Spain legitimately voted by the Spanish (…) Democratic Spain is represented in each and every one of the seats, “he added before underlining that the only acronyms that matter to the Government are those of PGE, those of the budgets.

However, if he has said that it seems “fatal” and does not share that EH Bildu continues to protect the tributes to ETA in the Basque Country.

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