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Arrimadas denounces Batet's permissiveness before the "pasts" of Irene Montero in the chamber: "That's good"

MADRID, 30 Nov.

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Arrimadas denounces Batet's permissiveness before the "pasts" of Irene Montero in the chamber: "That's good"


The president of Ciudadanos, Inés Arrimadas, has denounced this Wednesday the permissiveness that, in her opinion, the president of Congress, Meritxell Batet, has shown with the Minister of Equality, Irene Montero, after saying that the PP "promotes the culture of violation". "Enough of Mrs. Irene Montero and the past of her with all the deputies", she said.

In statements in the corridors of Congress, the leader of the orange formation has assured that it is "a shame" that a deputy is "taken away from the floor for calling Bildu a filoetarra" and that Montero can call "everyone a fascist" or "accused of promoting rape culture."

Arrimadas was referring to an episode that took place this Tuesday when the first vice president of Congress, the socialist Alfonso Rodríguez Gómez de Celis, took the floor from the Vox deputy Patricia Rueda for calling the Abertzale coalition a "philoterrorist". This Wednesday the leader of Vox, Santiago Abascal, has used the same expression when Meritxell Batet chaired the session and has not received any warning.

"It is intolerable that the PSOE take away the floor of a deputy for using a philoterrorist and then allow all these things to be poured out against any deputy who is not from the government bench," Arrimadas summarized, regarding Montero's comment.

The truth is that after accusing the Minister of Equality of the PP of "promoting the culture of rape" for some of the campaigns against sexist violence promoted by the governments of Galicia and Madrid, Batet has reprimanded the also leader of Podemos .

Specifically, he has warned him that his statements were not "adequate" for Parliament and has taken the opportunity to ask again, in general, those present in the chamber for "containment in the message". "We must want to contribute to coexistence in the Chamber," said Batet, who has announced that he will withdraw his controversial accusation from the Sessions Journal.

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