The general secretary of Vox, Ignacio Garrigatry, removed the iron from both crises where the party is immersed—the internal parliamentary group and the external in its relationship with the PP. He did this 48 hours before meeting with Balearic Dome to try to get out of the mess they got into with a simple non-legislative proposal, a mere declaration of intent that doesn’t even bind the government.
It is not known what will happen at the meeting scheduled for tomorrow but some sources indicate that the national address He examines the party representatives in Parliament one by one to see which side each one is on. Some sources suggest that this survey is more important because they want to know how many remain loyal to the management of Madrid and how many continue on their own.
The magic number is four. They are required to fulfill their agreement, and Marga Prohens maintains an absolute majority. If the leadership ensures that four of the eight representatives are following national discipline, reprisals against the other four cannot be ruled out. This explains why, in recent days, the positions of the Vox parliamentary group have been reconfigured. To the two main supporters, Gabriel Le Senne and Xisco Cardona must add Patricia de las Heras, who attended the train crash between Madrid and the Balearic Islands.
There are doubts over the final position of another deputy, María José Verdú, which leaves the outcome still uncertain. Will there be a complete break or will the crisis finally be redirected? That is something that does not have a clear answer, but we must remember how they spend their time at Vox on anyone who raises a critical voice on the plans of the national leadership.