MADRID, 5 Ago. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The deputy secretary general of Ciudadanos, Edmundo Bal, a state attorney on leave, sees "windows" so that the decree law that houses the energy saving measures imposed by the Government can be appealed with "certain possibilities", since he finds "many defects " in the legislative technique of the norm.
According to Bal in an interview with 'RNE' collected by Europa Press, the preparation of this rule is "absolutely deficient". In addition to his sanctioning regime, which he has also described as "very defective" and of which he has criticized the million-dollar fines that "can lead to the closure of numerous businesses and industries." "This regulation seems absurd to me," he has sentenced.
In this sense, it has made ugly that the limitations required by this rule take place except for a "huge" series of exceptions that "are not well defined." This directly affects the citizens themselves who, according to Bal, are in a situation of "total legal insecurity."
On the other hand, the deputy secretary general of the orange formation has also charged against the Government, whom he reproaches for its "negligent" action when enacting energy measures, regulating them, and establishing them in the public. But, above all, by not having the collaboration and criteria of the autonomous communities and municipalities.
"The autonomous communities will have to say something," Bal claimed, while pointing out that the conditions in each part of Spain are different and that, therefore, what it is about is reaching an energy saving agreement "with consensus" and that "everyone assumed voluntarily, not to create "a political war" between the Executive and "some autonomous community".
"When you put black on white in the royal decree law, you see that the measures are endowed with improvisation, occurrences, and exaggerated negligence when it comes to dialoguing with these territories that are going to have to apply them under totally different conditions" , Edmundo Bal has denounced.
In addition, the 'orange' leader has said that it seems to him "a joke in bad taste" that the Executive led by Pedro Sánchez asks for "sacrifices" from the citizens, when "they have not taken a single measure to reduce expenses in the Government ".
Likewise, he has insisted that Sánchez has not accepted any of the measures that have been proposed by the opposition and that the only thing they propose is "impositions and taking off the tie."
Asked about the number of cases of punctures registered to women, which occur in places of leisure, Edmundo Bal has underlined the "indispensable" thing to promote a meeting with the autonomous communities on "how to face these cases" because it is a matter of state responsibility that "clearly" has a criminal nature, as explained.
In this regard, he has demanded that the Government "take action on the matter" and coordinate the state security forces to react in these situations because, as he has censored, "little or nothing" is being done. "It seems that they have gone on vacation and that the problems of the summer are not major problems," she concluded.