EH Bildu and Esquerra disassociate themselves from the pact they closed from Moncloa with Esquerra in exchange for the support of the Catalans for the latest Budgets
The new audiovisual law, a rule that the coalition government agreed with Esquerra in exchange for the support of the Catalan independentists for the latest General Budgets, gave rise to a new crisis among the left-wing partners of the coalition. All at the expense of the political forces that at the time allowed the PSOE and United We Can carry out the public accounts: Esquerra, and EH Bildu. But also to those who did not: PP and Ciudadanos.
This Thursday a vote was held that should have been under way for weeks, if not months. However, EH Bildu and Esquerra threatened as early as the morning to drop their support for the norm. They fulfilled their promise while United We Can, Citizens and the popular abstained.
All this just hours after Pedro Sánchez gave some explanations about the Pegasus eavesdropping that were clearly unsatisfactory for the pro-independence parties that support the socialist in Moncloa. The vote, voted to punish the Socialists, on the other hand, nothing new since the same strategy of the sectarians almost leads to their own horror to the failure of the labor reform agreed by unions, employers and the Government.
The PSOE thus faced, once again, a vote without full certainty of carrying it out, given the fragility of its partners. It was in fact the new Feijóo PP who took the chestnuts out of the fire. Something unthinkable in the Married stage.
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