The People’s Party announced this Wednesday the non-law proposal that it will take to Congress next September to renew the State pact against gender violence. those of albert Nunez Feijoo thus return to the path of conciliation with the Executive after the opposition of Isabel Diaz Ayuso to comply with energy saving measures.
The current state pact against gender violence was approved with absolute majority and the opposition of United We Can during the tenure of Mariano Rajoyand has 296 measurements for legislative and government action in the face of various forms of gender violence.
With a term of 5 years, the agreement will expire next month of September, so the PP will propose its renewal once the political course starts. The popular party hopes that the “consensus” between the different parliamentary groups, something that they have described as “fundamental”.
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The popular continue their work to form a “constructive opposition”, one of the objectives of Núñez Feijóo as leader of the PP, according to sources in Genoa. Díaz Ayuso’s refusal to abide by the energy saving measures has meant a rupture in the reconciliation lineso the initiative presented this Wednesday continues Feijóo’s work to achieve agreements with the Executive and be a government party.
In the same way, the Popular Party’s search for collaboration with the Government isolates vox in Congress. And it is that, since the change of leadership in Genoa, the obsession of the popular is to form a solo government, without the need to give in to those of Santiago Abascal. This strategy has already borne fruit in Andalusiawhere Juanma Moreno reached a historic absolute majority and left Vox in opposition.
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The non-law proposal of the PP proposes to carry out a “serious and rigorous” evaluation of the impact of the measures agreed in 2017, as well as “knowing the fate” of the Budget item dedicated, amounting to one billion euros over five years.
Once this analysis has been carried out, the Popular Party’s proposal is to implement both the measures that have not yet been implemented and those that have not had the expected effect. Thus, the objective of this reassessment is to adapt the battery of proposals to the “real needs” of citizenship.
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