The current Minister of Labor and Vice President of the Spanish Government, Yolanda Díaz, left an unexpected warning for Pedro Sánchez. Necessary to form the new government The agreement between the Spanish Socialist Workers’ Party and Somar is still “far” from happening, The party leader warned.
In statements after his meeting with King Felipe VI, leader of Sumar, Quoted from El PaisHe explained that the coalition he leads wants to “acquire rights”, while the Socialist Workers’ Party only says that it is necessary to “unify them.” Yolanda Diaz has stated that she wants to “Expanding labor rights” Fighting for “financial democracy”, negotiating a new independent financing system, and trying to reach climate targets sooner than expected.
Although she is confident that it will be possible to reach an agreement to form a progressive government, Yolanda Díaz highlighted that Somar and the PSOE are still “far” from reaching a consensus. He stressed, “Today there is no agreement,” warning that Sommer is not satisfied with what was achieved in the agreement “The last legislative assembly.”
But the Somar leader stressed that “there are no red lines” in the negotiations with the Socialist Workers’ Party and that she “will not get off the table” until an agreement is reached. Defending the necessity of holding negotiations behind closed doors and not sharing details, Yolanda Díaz revealed only that housing policy is one of the points that creates the most friction between the PSOE and Somar.
In addition to Yolanda Díaz, King Felipe VI received more partisan forces. The leader of the Vox party, Santiago Abascal, confirmed that he would vote against the inauguration of Pedro Sánchez, and indicated that he would “fight” in the “streets, in the institutions, and in the courts until the last consequences” regarding the amnesty.
“Amnesty is a step towards the regime change that some seek.” The remorse was expressed by Santiago Abascal, who said the Spanish government should not allow the 2017 “coup” to be legitimized. “The enemies of coexistence, the enemies of Spain and the constitutional order, are almost here.”
For its part, the Basque Nationalist Party also met with the king, but did not reveal the details of the talks. Canaries coalition spokeswoman Cristina Valido said negotiations with the PSOE were not taking place: “We don’t even know if we are on their agenda.” The Canary Party supported the inauguration of Alberto Núñez Viejo, but did not completely close the door to an agreement with the Socialists.
Although the Canaries coalition confirmed that it did not favor the idea of offering amnesty to the organizers of the 2017 Catalan referendum, Cristina Valledo did not rule out an alliance with Pedro Sanchez. But to this end, it is “essential” that socialists support the Canary Islands Agenda, which includes a series of demands in the archipelago’s politics.
It is possible that there will be only one representative in Congress Essential for the formation of a progressive government if one of the Catalan independence parties fails, Pedro Sanchez. This is because, in the second inauguration vote, where only a greater number of votes for than against are necessary, A Canary Party vote will be necessary to form the government.
As for the position of the Navarro People’s Union with the representative, there is no doubt about it. Javier Esparza, party president He completely refused to support the inauguration of Pedro Sánchez. He said: “Our vote is no to installing Sanchez with A Beldo, with the ERC and with Juntes.”
This Tuesday, it will be the turn of Pedro Sanchez, Secretary General of the Socialist Workers Party, and Alberto Nunez Viejo, President of the Popular Party, to meet with King Felipe VI, who has two options: either appoint the Socialist to obtain the position, or call for elections scheduled for next January 14.
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