The Popular Party charges against the “weak” Sánchez, accusing the Prime Minister of not to stop Alberto Garzón in order to stay in La Moncloa.
This has been announced by the PP spokesperson in the Congress of Deputies, Cuca gamarra, who has considered that the Minister of Consumption “is not up to what Spain needs and deserves.”
The formation has also registered in the Lower House a request for the disapproval of Garzón, after his “very serious” statements to the British newspaper The Guardian on the meat of the Spanish macrofarms.
“[Sánchez] prefers to keep ministers attacking the Spanish economy rather than having a discussion with his partners, “he added, criticizing that the executive leader does not exercise his prerogative to dismiss members of his Council of Ministers” because he has decided that he either does not want to or cannot exercise it. “
As detailed by EL ESPAÑOL, the annex to the pact drawn up between PSOE and Podemos leaves the decisions on the ministers of the purple fee of the coalition. “The president can’t play there; The ministers of United We Can are elected in United We Can “, detailed a member of the Executive in conversation with this newspaper.
Therefore, the PP sees Pedro Sánchez as “weak” “puts his political interest before that of the Spanish”. “There is only one way out, which [Garzón] be dismissed, “Gamarra insisted in a press conference from Congress.
On the request for the minister’s disapproval, the spokesperson popular has ensured that said initiative “He can help Planas’s teammates” to position itself on the holder of Consumption.
In an interview on Onda Cero this Tuesday, the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Livestock, Luis Planas, has qualified as “unfortunate” the Alberto Garzón’s statements about macrofarms and has crossed out “regrettable” the controversy they have raised, which evokes other crashes between these two ministries.
Planas has criticized that, to this day, the Minister of Consumption he has not called after having positioned himself on an issue that directly affects his department. “I regret not having a prior communication, which I think is de rigueur,” he said. And it has suggested: “If somebody talks about feeding, the normal thing is that it calls to me”.
In this way, the PP also seeks to put the socialist part of the Government at the crossroads, which has publicly distanced itself from the Consumer Minister’s assessments of meat, which have been endorsed by members of Podemos. Likewise, the Popular Party has requested the appearance of Planas and Garzón in January in the Congress of Deputies.
Consulted for his assessment of the macrofarms, and the opposition of the PP to these facilities in the City of Daimiel, Gamarra has defended “diversity” in a sector “which is key to the Spanish economy”. “Macro farms, as a concept, are not allowed. We do not mix and want to confuse to say that all intensive livestock are macro farms, because it is not like that,” he pointed out.