Pedro Sanchez has returned to the control of the opposition 84 days later to go to Congress for the last time. Since then, the socialist president has refused to appear in Parliament, despite the crisis over the power supply or the evacuation of Afghanistan. On his return, on the other hand, he has not shown an iota of self-criticism and accountability has been null, despite the fact that the head of the opposition, Pablo Casado, has cornered him for his disastrous management. “You are already the president of a failed government, of the most radical government in Europe, in the history of Spain. He is incapable of solving the problems of the Spanish because the main problem in Spain is you», The leader of the PP has snapped.
Casado has accused Sánchez of failing in his legislative objectives, among which he has cited “ending unemployment”, the “social shield” – “If you asked for resignations when the electricity went up 8%, why don’t you resign when it rises 200% ?, he asked him-, or “defend freedom against government interference.” “His Government has degraded all freedoms,” he lamented. The president of the PP also recalled the meeting that the socialist will hold this Wednesday with the separatists to “negotiate the referendum.” “When do you plan to solve the problems of the Spaniards instead of aggravating them?”, Has resolved Casado.
Sánchez, in his reply, has indicated that “the Government will always defend the interest of the citizens above any particular interest.” A statement that has caused laughter among the opposition benches, the same day that the light marks another historical record.
“You are in your palace and you don’t know what happens to the self-employed and the homes,” Casado later reproached him, urging him to “solve the social and economic crisis in Spain now.”
The chief executive, in his usual contempt for the opposition, has lashed out at Casado, whom he sees, he said, “a little uneasy.” “I see that you are not going to pitch in in this legislature,” he said, trying to silence criticism. Sánchez has boasted, once again, of the vaccination campaign and has even affirmed that Spain “is going to lead the economic recovery.” The socialist has urged Casado to “comply with the Constitution”, alluding to the renewal of the General Council of the Judiciary (CGPJ), but it is he himself who blocks it by refusing to accept the PP proposal for the depoliticization of Justice .