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Podemos proposes to the PSOE that the government ministers be the ones to lead the debate against Vox's motion of censure

He asks that Díaz, Belarra and Montero take the floor to confront Vox's "machismo" and believes that this gesture protects Sánchez from the "fake" motion.

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Podemos proposes to the PSOE that the government ministers be the ones to lead the debate against Vox's motion of censure

He asks that Díaz, Belarra and Montero take the floor to confront Vox's "machismo" and believes that this gesture protects Sánchez from the "fake" motion

MADRID, 15 Mar. (EUROPA PRESS) -

Podemos has formally proposed to the PSOE that the ministers of the two parties that make up the Government be the ones to intervene during Vox's motion of no confidence that will be debated on March 21 and 22, according to sources from the purple formation have transferred to Europa Press.

In the case of the minority partner of the Executive, they propose that the second vice president, Yolanda Díaz, and the ministers Ione Belarra (Social Rights) and Irene Montero (Equality) take the floor. In addition, they also advocate the presence in the rostrum of all socialist ministers.

From the purple ones they detail the relevance of this gesture after 8M, the commemoration of the international women's day that brought thousands of feminists to the streets, in order to counteract the "machismo" of Vox. "It is the women who are going to stop the feet of the ultra-right," they have stressed.

They have also sent their approach to the groups of the majority of the investiture and understand that, with the participation of the ministers, they also seek to "protect" the president of the Executive, Pedro Sánchez, from a "fake motion, without options to prosper ".

Moreover, they stress that this initiative can only be understood in the context "of the battle that PP and Vox maintain to lead the attacks on the social and feminist advances of the coalition government."

Yesterday, Belarra herself already pointed to this criterion when she defended that women from progressive formations be in charge of setting the position against Vox's motion of censure, which proposes economist Ramón Tamames as a candidate.