MADRID, 19 Nov. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The leader of Más País, Íñigo Errejón, has defended the "necessary" and "adequate" law of 'only yes is yes' because "it is a necessary advance for the protection of women's rights against sexist violence" although he has recognized which has generated some "unwanted results".
"We urge the Government to be calm and prudent so that they find the most pragmatic solution," he said this Saturday, before the media, in an act in Vicálvaro (Madrid) of the party.
In this sense, Errejón has added that they are not going to contribute to the noise but "yes to the solutions" and has affirmed that the Government must know how to channel the situation to "avoid effects that nobody wants to be seeing". "The law was necessary, adequate and if there are things that do not work as desired, then the most useful solution must be offered", he has stressed.
Likewise, he has referred to the tragedy in Melilla, where dozens of people lost their lives, which he has described as a "massage" and has criticized the fact that the PSOE managed to bring down the investigation commission this past Friday, together with the support of the formations of rights.
"It is a flight with very short legs. Minister Marlaska will end up appearing on the 30th and I believe that the Government cannot escape any longer from giving an account of what happened in Melilla", he commented.
In this regard, he has advised rendering "accounts as soon as possible" because that way it will be "easier to clarify what happened." "It has already been shown that the versions they gave were not true," she added.
On the other hand, Errejón has also commented on the news of the increase in food prices, in which, as he has highlighted this month, there has been an increase of 15 percent. "This means that Spanish families continue to become impoverished and we urge the Government to recover direction and priorities. They must balance the loads, protect families, raise wages and cap the prices of the sectors most affected by inflation", he has sentenced .