It will preface the debate on inflation: “Do you believe your executive is up to the needs of Spanish families?”
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“Does the President of the Government believe that his executive is up to the needs of Spanish families?” This will be Alberto Nez Feijo’s first question from Pedro Sanchez in the Senate. Next Tuesday, June 7, the two will face each other in parliament for the first time, and the PP’s chairman will move the debate to the economy sector, which his team has placed at the center of their work. Why oppose?
Feijo’s question, which has already been registered, comes a day after INE certified a new increase in CPI of up to 8.7% and, above all, a record in 27 years of implied inflation, which is the energy price. discounts to products and perishable foods and which reached 4.9%.
Senators from Galicia’s parliament appointment are going to ask about the condition of the families because they believe “the government is doing business with the desperation of the people”, as he said on Monday they bandodoPP’s general coordinator and number three Why feijoa? In the opinion of the ‘popular’ dome, May’s CPI data shows “the government of Spain is incompetent” and “the patch has been shown to be inefficient and ineffective.”
Feijo plans to once again offer Sanchez a consensus on a plan for “selective and temporary” tax cuts that would ease the inflation burden of the “lower and middle” classes. “We raise our hand so that you study, re-read, assess the economic plan” that the PP (without jargon) sent to the government, Bandado said.
That plan “has not yet received a response because they have decided to reach an agreement with Bildu; we demand the spirit of the state and Sánchez stop working against the interests of the Spanish,” Bandado said. Told.
Gnova’s internal arguments, which this paper has access to, emphasize the idea: “The popular party and President Feijo have always reached out to the government to reach state agreements. What we cannot allow is this. That the government insults the popular party in the morning. And ask us to agree in the afternoon”.
“Citizens deserve the utmost respect, they deserve a serious policy and they deserve that their representatives work for their interests without theatre,” the argument goes.
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