'Genoa' considers that the head of the Executive is accumulating the fronts: "It is a government on fire"
MADRID, 20 Nov. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The leader of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, will intensify his offensive against the head of the Executive this week, focusing on two of the fronts that the Government has open at the moment: the repeal of the sedition law and the Sexual Freedom law, known as law of 'only yes is yes'.
"Are you going to continue reforming the Criminal Code to favor members of your party and your government partners?" Reads the registered question that Feijóo is going to ask Sánchez in the Senate this Tuesday, but PP sources have indicated to Europe Press that it will also take the opportunity to demand accountability for the 'yes is yes' law in the face of the "dramatic consequences" that the application of this rule is causing.
The 'popular' have demanded from the Government an immediate rectification of that law to prevent more sexual offenders whose sentences are reduced or even take to the streets. The PP is already working on a bill to prevent, since its approval, anyone from receiving lower penalties than those previously provided for in the Penal Code.
For the time being, this week the socialist senators will have to vote in the Senate on the motion registered by the Popular Group in which the Government is urged to immediately review the Sexual Freedom Law by urgent means.
The PP considers that Sánchez must assume responsibilities, and has already asked him to dismiss the Minister of Equality, Irene Moreno, or the Minister of Justice, Pilar Llop, or to directly assume responsibility for the "legal botch" of his law on ' only yes is yes'.
"This is not only a problem of the proposing Ministry because the entire Government approved the Law," Feijóo said this Saturday at a PP Political Conference held in the Balearic Islands.
Before that motion, the parliamentary duel between Sánchez and Feijóo will take place -it is his second control question after the one he asked on June 7-, and the head of the opposition will demand accountability for the law of 'only yes is yes' and because of sedition, two issues that the 'popular' see as an element of "wear" to the coalition government of PSOE and Unidas Podemos.
"What has happened this last week is extremely serious. It is a government on fire," say PP sources, who stress that the tragedy in Melilla or the "setting blow" of the European Central Bank to the Government for bank tax.
The leader of the PP wants the president of the Government to clarify in this control question in the Senate if he is also going to reform the crime of embezzlement to favor his pro-independence "partners" and the former president of the Junta de Andalucía José Antonio Griñán.
'Génova' considers that the Government, by opening the door to also change embezzlement, what it does is "forgive those who have committed a coup" but also favor other leaders convicted in the case of the ERE.
PP sources acknowledge that, with "a government in decomposition and in ruins", their idea is that citizens perceive that there is an alternative with Alberto Núñez Feijóo, who represents "seriousness" and "centrality". "Sánchez has left the path to the political center clear for us," sources from the party emphasize to Europa Press.
Feijóo himself assured this week that the PSOE, led by "a radical leadership", has abandoned its centrality and its previous personality "to be an accomplice to a drift that puts the division of powers and the unity of the State at risk."