MADRID, 15 Mar. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The spokesman for the Republican Left in Congress, Gabriel Rufián, has announced that they will take advantage of next week's debate on Vox's motion of no confidence to also confront the PSOE because, as he remarked, "the Government cannot get away with it ".
Rufián tried again this year to challenge Vox's motion of no confidence, as he already unsuccessfully proposed in 2020 with the one led by Santiago Abascal, but he acknowledges that this gesture "does not make sense if only one does it", so he has to decided to intervene in the debate, although "surely" he will not spend the 30 minutes he has available.
And as he has commented, in addition to listening to the candidate, Ramón Tamames, and his introducer, Santiago Abascal, he will also confront the PSOE because "it should be remembered" that it is a motion of no confidence against the Government. "And the Government cannot get away with it," he added.
As for the failure of the reform of the Citizen Security Law, Rufián has assured that he is "sufficiently mature" so that it does not affect him "much" if he draws or loses. In his opinion, "the failure belongs to those who promised to repeal the gag law and have not done so", in reference to the PSOE.
And it is not worth it with the changes that had been agreed with PSOE, Unidas Podemos and the PNV, since it would always be a "light reform" if it did not include the end of rubber balls and returns at the border: "It is that the Lesser evil no longer strains - he replied - The 'vote for me to do the same with a smile', well, it no longer strains".