MADRID, 7 Mar. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The spokesman for the PSOE in Congress, Patxi López, accused Podemos on Tuesday of "blatantly lying" during the consideration of the socialist reform of the 'only yes is yes' law and has encouraged the party led by Ione Belarra to make their proposals public because the Ministry of Equality has not yet "provided a solution".
In an interview on Cadena Ser, collected by Europa Press, López has said that he does not understand interventions such as that of Podemos deputy Lucía Muñoz Dalda that, in his opinion, "depart from reality" and has called for "common sense". "We elaborated a good law to comprehensively protect women victims of aggression that have had a problem in the criminal aspect," recalled the spokesman, while insisting that "sentences have been reduced" for what " if there is a problem" you have to look for "solution".
Patxi López has encouraged his partners in the coalition government to "publish" their proposals to reform the 'only yes is yes' law. "They did not want to modify the law, and we have seen it today, because it was only taking into consideration the only proposal to try that problem," he explained.
"If you do not recognize the problem, it is that you are out of reality. And if you do not make a proposal to fix the problem, that borders on irresponsibility. And we (the PSOE) have wanted to fix the problem," he indicated.
In this context, the socialist leader has accused Podemos of "blatantly lying" about the socialist reform of the law because the PSOE "has not agreed with PP and Vox" and does not return to the Penal Code of 'La Manada' "not even remotely ". "We have not touched a comma of consent", López has affected, who has later assured that if Podemos lies he is "being irresponsible, not to mention unpresentable."
Thus, the spokesman for Congress has asked the second vice president, Yolanda Díaz, to adopt "a more proactive position" and not just say that an agreement must be reached. "Do something, put a position or a proposal on the table to see how to bring positions closer", she has claimed.