Pedro Sánchez and Alberto Núñez Feijóo have only starred in a face to face in the Senate since the election of the Galician as the new president of the PP and his arrival in the Upper House by regional designation. it was the past June 7th and, since then, and despite the fact that more control plenary sessions have been held, the chief executive has not returned. Now, with the return of parliamentary activity, the leader of the opposition challenges him for September 6.
That Tuesday, the first of next month, will be the first full control to the Executive of the new period of sessions and, for the PP, it is an excellent opportunity so that Feijóo can confront ideas with Sánchez. On top of the issues that most concern the Spanish, such as inflation and the current economic situation. The chief executive, in any case, will have the last word.
This is highlighted by sources from the national leadership of the PP very close to Alberto Núñez Feijóo: “We will be. He will see if he goes or not“These popular positions also recall that Pedro Sánchez has barely attended two plenary sessions in the Senate so far this year- A circumstance that is more than “striking” for the main opposition party.
“Fear of parliamentarism”
The PP leaders contacted by Vozpópuli recall that the Government The legislature began by changing the date of the Council of Ministers to make it coincide with the control sessions in the Senate.
That move, prompted by Ivan Round to take the focus off the opposition’s questions, has turned against Sánchezsince now the interest is put in a face to face between the president and the new leader of the opposition, and not in the measures approved in Moncloa a few hours before.
Perhaps aware of this, the head of the Executive has refused to go to the Upper House in plenary sessions after June 7 in order to avoid a new face-to-face meeting with Alberto Núñez Feijóo. In this sense, from the PP they emphasize that The president, after the state of alarm, “decided that he would confirm whether or not he was going the week before.”
For this reason, from the leadership of the PP they affirm that “the only face to face that Sánchez wants is on Twitter and in the media.” In addition, they accuse the president of being afraid to go to the Chambers: “Do not bet on parliamentarism”.
Opposition without insults
Despite this background, in Genoa they trust that Sánchez will go to the Senate on the 6th to, among other things, ratify the PSOE’s new strategy of forcefully attacking Alberto Núñez Fejióo.
In that sense, from the PP have detected a “changeor radical in tone” in the Government and in the PSOE after the statements made by some ministers or leaders in recent days: “The changes in positions that Sánchez has carried out in the Socialist Party and in the Group have been for the worse . Now there are many more insults.”
The changes of positions that Sánchez has carried out in the Socialist Party and in the Group have been for the worse. Now there are many more insults
Thus, the attacks of Patxi López, Pilar Alegría or Miquel Iceta. The latter, in fact, came to call Feijóo “lazy, ignorant and incompetent”. Some qualifiers that drew a lot of attention in Genoa.
From the popular headquarters, yes, they warn that this will not be their style: “No one from our party is going to describe someone from the PSOE like that. We are not going to fall into fighting noise with more noise“. A premise that Feijóo already made official last Thursday: “Faced with a nervous government, Spain needs calm.”
The tone of the leader of the PP in the Senate, if face to face with Sánchez on September 6, will be conciliatory and purposeful, like the one shown last June 7. That day, in fact, he made it clear what his speech from the opposition bench was going to be: “You beat insults to me.”
Source: Vozpópuli by www.vozpopuli.com.
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