Sánchez pressures his partners and links the execution of the funds to a yes to the PGE
The President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, today had a tough meeting with one of his legislature partners: the PNV. The jeltzale party has criticized the management and execution of the funds, urging them to “get their act together.” Sánchez excused himself stating that it is a “complex” instrument and that it has been designed “quick and run”. However, the President of the Government wanted to take advantage of the reply to link the speed of execution of these to an approval of the PGE. “I thank you for your support for the PGE because it is obviously the most important instrument for the deployment of European funds”, he pointed out.
“Something is not being done right”assured the PNV spokesman, Aitor Esteban, who has continued, “their data indicates that only 45.6% of the funds have been recognized, that it is not even executed. Of the 11 PERTES, there are only five facts. In the PERTE of the electric vehicle, the award percentages are minimal, with a possible new call as well. There are design errors, the calls are very rigid and impede development. It is not being agile to get the aid. A plan is missing. Get your batteries on.”
Sánchez has been tense and uneasy with the jeltzale leader’s accusations about the funds. A very different reality from the one he appreciated when he responded to the PP spokeswoman, Cuca Gamarra, who focused his questions, not in the economybut in the possible reform of the crime of sedition.
From the outset, the president has sought to take advantage of the economic situation detailing some data. “This is a government that is making progress despite the difficulties of the context, with an economic response plan based on social protection and a list of reforms to make the economy more competitive. Today we have 20 million Social Security affiliates, we are going to grow this year above 4% and the inflation data validate our measures. We have the lowest inflation in Europe, below France“But Esteban’s words have blurred Sánchez’s triumphalist story.
Block in other laws
On the other hand, Sánchez has blamed his parliamentary partners for blocking the processing of regulations such as the Housing Law or the reform of the Citizen Security Law -‘gag law’- and has summoned the parliamentary groups to find points of “balance” to be able to approve them in the Cortes.
This is how Sánchez has responded to the criticism that, due to the break suffered by these two initiatives, Bildu’s parliamentary spokeswoman, Mertxe Aizpurua, has dedicated to him in the control session with the Government. The president has defended that the Government “has fulfilled” and that “now it is up to the groups” to seek agreements to make these laws a reality.
“Perhaps it’s not that we’re blocking, it’s that we don’t agree on your approach to citizen security”said the president, emphasizing that this does not mean that the PSOE is “less on the left”, but that it “defends the social majority”, he has sentenced.
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