He criticizes the proposal to cap the prices of basic foods and asks to lower taxes: "The rest are absurd and even illegal measures"
MADRID, 12 Sep. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The leader of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, has assured that the chief executive, Pedro Sánchez, is "obsessed" with reversing the advantage that the PP has over the PSOE in the polls, "disappointing" from his fundamental task of governing. In addition, he has confirmed that if he governs he will repeal laws that the PP has appealed to the Constitutional Court, such as the Democratic Memory Law or the Education Law.
In an interview on the Cope chain, which Europa Press has collected, Feijóo has pointed out that there are different surveys that show the rise of the PP and has admitted that this helps his formation to work with "courage and diligence" in the face of the "substantial advantage" on which those polls agree.
"It gives me the feeling that the Government is also worth it, but substantially to try to stop these demoscopic results as it were, so that it gets lost in its fundamental task that is to govern and becomes obsessed with the demoscopic reality that we are seeing weekly", has apostilled
When asked about the laws that he would repeal if he reaches Moncloa, he has indicated that he will repeal "all those laws that are appealed to the TC", something that, in his opinion, is "coherent" with the resources that he has presented.
At this point, he has cited regulations such as the Democratic Memory Law or the Education Law, which "equalizes below and does not seek excellence." Furthermore, he has indicated that the Official Secrets Act has not been passed and added that he hopes it will not.
In the same way, he has criticized the current Abortion Law promoted by the Executive and has criticized the fact that a minor can have an abortion without the authorization of her parents, something that "has no place in the Constitution" and is "nonsense" from the point of view of affective view.
Feijóo has complained that the Government has not agreed with his party on "especially complex and sensitive" issues and has been convinced that there are laws that the PP would not subscribe to, such as the Trans Law or the 'law of yes is yes'. "But since those powers have been left to Podemos, they have no choice but to swallow the legislative capacity that Podemos has," he added.
When asked how he values Vice President Yolanda Díaz's proposal to seek an agreement with the distributors to cap the prices of basic products, Feijóo has denounced the different criteria that exist within the Government, something that, in his opinion, is the chronic of what is happening" in Spain.
"Díaz launches the proposal; Planas says it is illegal; the minister spokesperson assures that they are studying it; the vice president warns that she has the president's endorsement, while the head of the Treasury indicates that it will not be launched; the Minister of Social Rights defends him and Margarita Robles discredits him", he has proclaimed.
According to Feijóo, if we want to help families, we must return the money they have overpaid due to inflation, which is the least progressive tax that exists. "The rest are absurd and even illegal measures," he warned.
Regarding the Government's proposal to impose a tax on electricity companies and banks for their extraordinary profits, Feijóo has pointed out that it remains to be seen whether the Government "is going to take this out or not" because the EU "talks about rates", of so that they dedicate themselves to lowering the receipt of vulnerable taxpayers.
"We are going to see if the Government dares to do things other than those recommended by the EU and what our European partners are going to do," he said, adding that if the Government "disregards the EU proposal" and seeks to "collect for the Public Treasury" is something that the PP cannot support because it would be going "against measured and low income".