The rebel deputies of Vox were expelled from the Parliamentary Group in half an hour by the president of the Parliament and deputy of that party, Gabriel Le Senne, and the party president and deputy of the Balearic Chamber, Patricia de las Heras, without giving them the option to open their mouths or make any allegations.
The stormy parliamentary conclave on Monday, where the party crisis in Santiago Abascal In the Balearic Islands, started without the affected representatives. That meeting ended with the precautionary suspension of the militancy of five deputies who starred in that rebellion content. In that conclave, those in charge of Vox expelled the first two swords of the Island party from the parliamentary group.
The meeting started at 10:10 in the morning, and it was registered at 10:40 in the morning. The parliamentary spokesperson of Vox in the Balearic Parliament, Idoia Ribasseparate, has now filed writings of dismissal of Le Senne and De Las Heras with the signatures of five deputies of Vox.
In the blink of an eye, they adopted “unanimously,” which is a decision that is placed inverted and against the ropes, the third political force in the Balearic Islands, and governance and political stability in a difficult situation in the Government of Prohens and in other administrations where the PP manages the Vox coalition.
Despite the status of Idoia Ribas as a lawyer and the seriousness of the decision adopted, those affected were not given any deadline or time to make allegations or refute the serious accusations leveled against them in that meeting, moreover, they were not present, and where the parliamentary spokesperson, Idoia Ribas, was the leading voice.
After adopting this decision and making it public after registering it in the Chamber without even consulting the national executive, Vox management announced the imminent precautionary suspension of the militants of the five rebel deputies, a decision announced to those affected on January 31.
In this case, the Vox Guarantees Committee gave them a deadline of up to fifteen days to present allegations for a decision and events classified as very severe in the open file, as well as the continuation of this decision over time, with the president of the Parliament and the party dismissed without reason.
To De las Heras, who did not continue, the rebel deputies of Vox, especially its spokesperson, Idoia Ribas, accused him in that half-hour meeting of “no participation in group meetings with citizens, associations, and professionals. He also blamed it for trying to isolate the parliamentary group and silence him in front of the coordinators and councilors, who are forbidden to contact the representatives to get improvements in their towns during the parliamentary process.
For this reason and before De las Heras’ continuous obstacles to group activity and his blatant disloyalty, which was “thanked by the majority of its members and announced by the spokesperson,” “at the request of the absolute majority of the members of the group, “the spokesperson proposed the dismissal of Patricia de las Heras.”
Finally, there was one unanimous vote in favor of the deputies present, and, as a result, Patricia de las Heras Fernández was expelled from the Vox Parliamentary Group of the Balearic Islands.
It is remarkable that, before agreeing to his dismissal, the spokesman Idoia Ribas reported, due to the imminent start of the political course next Tuesday in the Balearic Chamber, “that it is necessary. will continue to develop the management agreement signed with the Popular Parliamentary Group and collect the initiatives of the coordinators and councilors to advance their initiatives,” then accused the left president and deputy of “seriously hindering the activity of this group.”