When the Government agreement between PSOE and Sumar was fulfilled on Tuesday, Podemos criticized it They don’t know any details about the same. He is the acting Minister of Equality and number two of Podemos, Irene Monterowho from the European Parliament rejected Sumar’s spokesman, Ernest Urtasun, who earlier in the day assured TVE that the parties united by Sumar were informed of the negotiations.
Do they know the details or not; although only a small part of the document is known, the truth is that vice president Yolanda Diaz and the leadership of Podemos once again showed their more than bad relationship. To sign the document, President Pedro Sánchez and from Díaz, in the Reina Sofía Museum, no one from the difficult core of Belarra, who in addition to being the leader of Podemos is the Minister of Social Rights.
Yes, leaders from other parties are there, like Monica Garcia (from Más Madrid) or PSOE ministers, such as Pilar Alegría, Felix Bolaños y Mary Jesus Montero; and Summar, as Alberto Garzon y Manuel Castells. But nothing from Podemos; of Montero, of Belarra, of Lilith Verstrynge. Well, someone did: Nacho Alvarez that even if he maintains his position in the purple executive, the leadership of Podemos is no longer considered one of them.
Díaz appointed him as spokesman for the Sumar Economy and negotiator to reach this agreement. “We don’t have information on the details of the agreement, when we read the document we will be able to make evaluations,” reasoned Irene Montero. In Canal Red, the media is directed by Pablo Iglesiasthe co-spokesman of Podemos Pablo Fernandez He also accused the PSOE and Sumar pact because he considered that “important issues” for Podemos were lost.
Fernández already demanded on Tuesday the presence of Podemos in the structure of the next Government. Re-insisting on one of the main demands of the purples regarding the seats of La Moncloa: that Irene Montero and her group continue to lead the Ministry of Equality. Something that the PSOE or Yolanda Díaz did not think about during the negotiations.
In the last hours, Fernández criticized Sánchez and Díaz for ignoring them and not responding to his party’s claims. Belarra also criticized them for this. On Monday, at the press conference, the joint spokesman said: “The content of the agreement seems insufficient to us and what we ask is that you re-examine the content so that it is more ambitious and make deep reforms in our proposal we’ve been making for weeks.”It’s completely inadequate.”
Fernández expanded on these criticisms and said that Sumar does not have the “courage” and “strength” that Podemos needs to bring the “ambitious” and “transformative” measures in the Official State Gazette (BOE ). And he warned that Sánchez had broken his word before: “This is the key to everything, we have seen many times how the agreements with the PSOE remain a dead letter.”