Belarra regrets that socialists and popular come together to "go back" and Verstrynge calls to defend consent in 8M
MADRID, 7 Mar. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The state co-spokesman for Podemos, Pablo Fernández, has branded as "infamy" that the PSOE has carried out with the PP the consideration of its reform of the 'yes is yes' Law in Congress, a few hours after the celebration of 8M.
"The infamy is consummated. The PSOE votes hand in hand with the PP to return to the Penal Code of La Manada, which has been helped by the abstention of Vox," he launched on Twitter after the debate in the plenary session of Congress, in a critical tone with your coalition partner.
In turn, the leader of Podemos and Minister of Social Rights, Ione Belarra, has also reported that women conquered on the street that "consent was at the center of the Penal Code", something that they have once again defended in Congress " against a PSOE and a PP that are joining forces to go back". "We will continue working to take care of feminist advances," she has deepened.
The Socialists have managed to carry out their initiative with the support of the PP, Ciudadanos, the PNV and the PDeCAT, as well as the abstention of Vox, but the result of the vote has led to a division with Unidas Podemos, which has voted against like others parliamentary allies of the Executive such as ERC and Bildu.
On the other hand, the spokesman for United We Can in Congress, Pablo Echenique, has criticized that what happened today in Congress is the "vote of shame." "The PSOE votes with the PP to return to the Penal Code of the Pack and those of the fetal heartbeat helped them with an abstention," he also reproached on social networks.
Meanwhile, the secretary of Organization of the purple formation, Lilith Verstrynge, has also regretted that the PSOE voted with the PP "to go back and turn its back on the thousands of women who made the law of only yes is yes a reality." "Tomorrow the consent continues to be defended in the street", she has settled her.