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The nationalists consider that it is recentralizing and denounce that it detracts resources from the autonomous communities while the PP sees it as insufficient. The three decrees will be processed as bills in order to incorporate improvements in their processing


The Vice President of Economic Affairs, Nadia Calvio, during the plenary session of the Congress held this Holy Thursday.
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Congress this afternoon issued a harsh warning to Pedro Snchez in the midst of fighting the coronavirus pandemic. Hegovernmenthe has been able to approve the extension of the state of alarm and the three decrees that he has brought to the Chamber. But the Courts have given a very critical yes to the decree laws, especially that of economic measures because it has been approved with more abstentions (174) than months (171).

Most of the Congress has raised serious objections to the norm that supports families, SMEs and the self-employed so that they can cope with the harsh crisis caused by the slowdown in economic activity that has caused the confinement and limitation of activity. and mobility.

The PP, Vox, ERC, Junts per Catalunya and the PNV, along with other groups, have abstained, adding 174 votes. 171 deputies voted in favor, those of the government parties (PSOE and Unidas Podemos), Ciudadanos (10), in addition to Ms Pas, Comproms and small groups such as UPN, BNG or Teruel Exist.

All the groups have reproached the Executive for the little effort of dialogue and consensus it has made. Only Citizens has valued that this time, the Government has wanted to speak with them to seek their support.

The Government has agreed to process the three decrees as bills, so that they can incorporate opposition proposals into their process. That was a conditionsine que nonof many groups not to vote against, which would have brought down the decrees.

The PSOE knew that the nationalists were not going to support the decree defended by the vice-president Nadia Calvio, since it is recentralizing and reduces competences and resources for the autonomous communities, especially in active employment policies. For this reason, the socialists have endeavored to seek the support of the liberal party, taking advantage of Ins Arrimadas’ outstretched hand to compensate for the abstention of all others.

The two decrees defended by the Minister of Employment, Yolanda Daz, meanwhile, came out with a clearer majority: with 168 votes in favor the first and 194 the one that regulates the recoverable paid leave.

Nadia Calvio has assured in her defense of the economic decree that her decree will be “a good basis” for the revival of the country when the “de-escalation” begins after the current economic hibernation.

The PP spokesman,Mario Garcs, has justified the abstention of the main opposition party in that the decree is insufficient especially for the self-employed and small and medium-sized companies.

Vox’s deputy spokeswoman,Macarena Olona, has denounced that the Government has “abandoned the Spaniards” and incorporates “Chavista measures” to intervene in the economy. In addition, it has urged, like the PP, that it be the State that pays the payroll of those who cannot work during these months.

One of the most controversial measures has been to withdraw funds from the communities’ active employment policies, which has prevented the PNV, ERC or Junts per Catalunya from supporting it.

ERC spokesman Gabriel Rufin has denounced “the greatest ax” to the autonomous communities of recent times, hitting their treasurers at a very delicate moment.

Ah has coincided with the deputy of Citizens,Edmundo Bal, who has given a “s” to the fifty measures defended by Calvio, but a “conditioned” s, since he has urged the Government to adopt new solutions, especially with small and medium-sized companies (SMEs) and the self-employed, for he believes that they are falling too “into oblivion.”

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