MADRID, 2 Dic. (EUROPA PRESS) -
Vox has once again criticized the PP for its agreement with PSOE and Sumar in the distribution of Congressional commissions, denouncing with "perplexity" that "on Sundays in the street" the 'popular' denounce the investiture of Pedro Sánchez, but then they end agreeing with him.
Those from Santiago Abascal have regretted that the PP did not respond to Vox's request to carry out a "coordinated response" to the "Sanchez coup" and confront it in the streets, justice and institutions, especially in Congress and in its commissions, to "challenge to the rule of law of the separatists and the PSOE", as party sources have explained to Europa Press.
For this reason, they have reported "with perplexity" that "on Sundays in the street" the PP denounces Sánchez's investiture before the citizens and "on Mondays it agrees with him and Yolanda Díaz" on the creation of commissions and the distribution of their presidency .
Vox's statements are in line with the criticism that the president of the party, Santiago Abascal, made to the leader of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, whom he accused of "sharing seats" with the PSOE after knowing the final distribution of the commissions in the Low camera.
"As if there was not a coup. As if Sánchez's party was not negotiating with the coup plotters outside of Spain, and with foreign mediators. As if there was not an agreement that liquidates the separation of powers and equality between Spaniards," wrote the Vox leader on social networks.
The 'popular' party managed to agree with PSOE and Sumar on a distribution by which 16 commission presidencies will fall into socialist hands, around a dozen for the PP and six for the plurinational group. Some of the Government's allies are also expected to chair commissions, such as ERC, the PNV and Junts, but not Vox.