The general secretary of the PP, Cuca Gamarra, has charged against the immobile position of the Minister of Equality, Irene Montero, in front of her Law that releases rapists and sexual offenders from prison. For the popular one, she should leave the Government immediately: “Spanish women do not deserve to see that this woman continues to be Minister of Equality.” In addition, she has invited Sánchez to make Montero “not sit in the Council of Ministers on March 8.” That would not happen, in her opinion, “in any country in Europe.”
On the other hand, Gamarra criticized the fact that the Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez, went this Saturday “to the propaganda drawer” to announce a parity law that he has urged him to apply already in his own Council of Ministers: “Let him reduce it guaranteeing that parity, because there are the same number of bad ministers and bad ministers».
Gamarra, who has participated this Sunday in Teruel in the presentation ceremony of Emma Buj as a candidate to revalidate the mayoralty, has referred to that proposal that this Saturday Sánchez “took out of the hat” to impose parity by law in “the decision centers”, which includes the council of ministers and the management of large companies.
For Gamarra, Sánchez should begin by “reducing his government, that although they have little time left, we are all paying for it,” he lamented. “What do we do there where we are more? Do we have to get out of there?” Gamarra asked, who gave the Zaragoza City Council government team as an example, where there are more women than men.
But it is also, she has added, that “measures like the one announced this Saturday are useless” if “you do not investigate an alleged corruption plot”, in reference to the former Canarian socialist deputy Juan Bernardo Fuentes Curbelo, the Tito Berni.
For Gamarra, the party “that has made a banner to abolish prostitution” now “covers that there are prostituted women because members of that plot were PSOE officials.”
A case that “embarrasses” and that is reminiscent of “the darkest pages of corruption”, among which he has cited the Roldán case and that of the ERE.
And that it affects the PSOE, Congress “and the credibility of the institutions”, which is why it is “inescapable” to approve a commission of inquiry in the Congress of Deputies that cannot understand, Gamarra said, that the Socialists are not going to support, “and neither are the coalition partners.”
In his opinion, in the PSOE “they know perfectly well” who were those deputies who participated in the Tito Berni festivities, and for this reason he has urged him to say who they are and to give “the appropriate explanations.”
“It is not worth proclaiming itself the most feminist government in history if your facts and your laws are the ones that have done the most damage to women,” he emphasized.
In the week prior to the celebration of Women’s Day, on March 8, Gamarra has predicted that there will be “a lot of blah, blah, blah” about how far they can go and how to reinforce their presence.
But in addition, he has regretted that this week also begins “without apology, rectification or responsibility” with regard to the reductions in sentences for sexual offenders and rapists due to the entry into force of the Law of only yes is yes.
The taking into consideration of the law (presented by the PSOE) so that “no criminal can benefit” from the reduction in sentences will take place on Tuesday and Irene Montero will not support it and even so, she will continue to be Minister of Equality, lamented the also spokesperson for the PP in Congress.