Podemos described the content of the negotiations between Sumar and PSOE as “insufficient” to reach a government agreement and called on both parties to re-evaluate the talks to reach a “ambitious” agreement. This was stated in a press conference by the party’s co-spokesman, Pablo Fernández, to point out that as a member of the parliamentary group, he knew the content of the contacts between Sumar and the socialists, to conclude that the term that is aimed at does not satisfy his expectations for the future executive.
In the last few days, the purple formation distanced itself from the negotiations to reach a future agreement with the Government, as well as having a different treatment to the PSOE because of the investiture, and this morning it was again emphasized by Fernández that the requirements that they do not meet the need, enough collected.
Therefore, he reiterated that Podemos’ proposals are to freeze the price of rent throughout the legislature, raise the minimum wage to 1,500 euros, change the General Council of the Judiciary, repeal the ‘Gag’ Law, and reinstatement of Irene Montero. before the Ministry of Equality, increasing the bonus for public transport and clear initiatives to lower the cost of living.
“The conversations that took place between the PSOE and Sumar seem clearly insufficient for us, as for us that what is being addressed does not make the changes that will take place truly ambitious and we believe that this will prevent, as as I said. , real changes. and deep,” he explained.
In this sense, he emphasized that the conversations held by Sumar with the PSOE should be reoriented and that what is relevant is not whether this agreement is closed, but what kind of agreement is reached to guarantee a ” brave” Executive.
Sumar puts the focus on the work day
Previously, Sumar was optimistic about reaching a government agreement with the PSOE within the October deadline, as agreed at their meeting on the 4th, and maintained that including a commitment to reduce working hours is one of their main demands.
The spokesman of the party, Ernest Urtasun, emphasized that they will insist “strongly” and “until the last minute” on this step and also on various aspects, such as maintaining the tax on extraordinary income for banks, tighten the removal and spread once and for all the status of the scholarship holder, with the aim of ending the discovery of this group.
Sumar’s other demands are the continuation of free measures in the Cercanías network, significantly reduce domestic flights if there is an easy alternative of three to fight the environment, repeal of the ‘Gag’ Law, increase in minimum wage, deployment of rent control index. Housing Law prices and also includes the regulation of tourist apartments.