The spokeswoman for the GPP and general secretary of the PP, Cuca Gamarrastated this Wednesday that the Government still has time to rectify and reach an agreement with the People’s Party, and if it does not, we will vote against it. “Sánchez treats Bildu with absolute and exquisite politeness while he constantly insults and disqualifies the president of the PP,” he laments. Gamarrawhile stating that “this is not dialogue, but the worst way to understand politics.”
Gamarra has demanded that the Government stop the clock on the validation of this Royal Decree-Law, separate the contents that have nothing to do with energy saving, such as aid for students and train transport; and dialogue with the affected sectors, such as merchants, the Autonomous Communities and the main opposition party.
He reproaches the Executive for not having spoken with any merchant or with any association that represents them about a Royal Decree that imposes certain hours and a series of issues that entail additional expenses. “The merchants of our country deserve to be respected by their government,” he remarks. “Since the imposition, unilateralism, compulsory nature and with ineffective measures, we are not going to seriously face the challenge that lies ahead,” asserts Gamarra, who denounces that this is Sánchez’s modus operandi.
Nor has it been discussed with the Autonomous Communities, despite the fact that some matters are their responsibility, nor with the main opposition party. “For a month we have received insults and disqualifications from the Government but we have not received a single call to negotiate the text,” stresses the leader of the PP, while pointing out that the Executive has negotiated it with its usual partners. “Sánchez treats Bildu with absolute and exquisite politeness while he constantly insults and disqualifies the president of the PP,” she asserts.