Its purpose is to compile reports and improve the work of the GPP before the law enters the Upper House, given the “zero documentary support” accompanying the PSOE Bill.
The spokesperson of the Popular Parliamentary Group in the Senate, Javier Arenas, formed a legal work team to develop a follow-up to the processing of the Amnesty Law Proposal. This internal group, made up of senators and technical staff of the GPP, is coordinated by the president of the General Commission of the CC. AA. and senator of Zaragoza, Luisa Fernanda Rudi.
According to the Popular Party, the creation of this working group aims to monitor the registration of the PSOE initiative in the Congress of Deputies, as well as the compilation of reports and documents and the coordination of messages. From the PP, they criticized that because of the “zero documentary support” where the socialists usually accompany these types of initiatives, the goal is to improve this work if the proposal reaches the Senate.
One of the reasons why the PP approved the Reform of the Regulations of the Senate is to “cover the lack of opinions and opinions of experts because it is processed as a bill and not as a bill.” From the PP, they emphasized that “the processing of this type of law through emergency procedures creates legal uncertainty and failures in the making of laws.”
PP senators Javier Maroto, Jose Antonio Monago, Alejo Miranda de Larra, Salvador de Foronda, Inmaculada Hernandez, Yolanda Ibarrola, Carmen Lopez Zapata, Paloma Martin, Luis Santamaria, Juan Jose Sanz Vitorio, and Antonio will be part of this working group, which also includes Silvan, Eloy Suarez, Miquel Jerez, Rachel Gonzalez Benito, Maria Jesus Bonilla, Rosa Romero, Rosa Maria Gallego, and Juan Manuel Avila.