MADRID, 8 Mar. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The second vice president, Yolanda Díaz, has shown a conciliatory attitude, after the clash between PSOE and United We Can before the reform of the 'Law only if it is yes', and has requested "more than ever" responsibility from all members of the coalition .
This has been indicated in statements to the media in the halls of Congress, after being asked about the statements last night by the socialist spokesman in Congress, Patxi López, who demanded that he have a more proactive role in this matter and not just limit himself to asking that there is agreement.
The also head of Labor has indicated, as she did yesterday, that the two coalition partners "should never have gotten this far", by failing to reach an agreement and dividing their votes in the consideration of the social initiative, to which her group and she herself voted against. During the debate, socialists and purples crossed criticisms and reproaches.
"I would ask everyone to be responsible. I am vice president and I think I am. But we all have to be responsible, more than ever," Díaz insisted.
In addition, he has emphasized that people are having a hard time due to the crisis caused by the war in Ukraine and has asked not to forget that today, with the celebration of 8M, women should be the "protagonists", instead of partisan debates.