The PP asks in Brussels to intervene the EU funds to Spain if the plot of 'Tito Berni' profited from them

Alberto Núñez Feijóo He wants the party to convey the message from now on that the Sánchez government is “in office” and that its president “has no authority” over a “broken” Council of Ministers and engaged in a fratricidal struggle.

In the leadership of the PP they are very clear that the vote in the plenary session of Congress to take into consideration the proposal to reform the law of the only yes is yes It shows the rupture of the Government of PSOE and Unidas Podemos and the investiture bloc.

“Today half of the Government is demonstrating against the other half,” they say in the Feijóo team, before the mobilizations of this March 8, International Women’s Day, just one day after the harsh exchange of accusations that was displayed this Tuesday in the plenary session of Congress.

For the coalition government there is no turning back after “the circus” set up in a government. In Genoa they assure that they have never seen this level of confrontation and insult within the same Executive that, in their opinion, is “falling apart.”

“We went from coalition to collision and now to demolition.” But that does not mean that Genoa expects an imminent rupture given the level of “cynicism” in which both the PSOE and Podemos move. Everything depends, explain the sources consulted, on what interests them the most. If they need to endure more time in La Moncloa because they believe it benefits them, they will.

Of course, they affirm that what has become clear is that Pedro Sánchez “no longer has authority in the Government”, that it has “split in two”. And they warn that it is unsustainable that, after the accusations that the PSOE and Podemos have launched, they intend to repeat four more years in a new legislature. “We have to offer a plan B from the PP to Spain,” they insist from the Feijóo environment.

As an example of the division and confrontation between the socialists and the purple party, in Genoa they cite the preliminary draft of the Parity Law that the Council of Ministers approved on Tuesday, a regulation that, according to what they emphasize, was approved without the knowledge of the Ministry of Equality that directs Irene Montero.

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