the confrontation between the spokespersons of this matter of Podemos, as a proponent of the initiative, and the of the PP and the PSOE, who have exchanged harsh accusations and reproaches.
The procurator of Podemos Felix Díez has defended a proposition not of law that basically requested an extrajudicial mechanism to facilitate the collection of the amounts unduly collected by the banks by the ground clauses and the creation of advisory offices to the consumers.
After the first exhibition of Díez, in which he has linked the position of the PP and the PSOE in this matter with its dependence on bank loans, spokespersons of the PP and the PSOE have attacked their proposal with coincidental arguments and other individuals.
The first to reply to Díez has been the socialist José Francisco Martín, who has dismissed Podemos’ attorneys as “very vague” for “working hard and poorly”, after which he has enunciated a series of amendments to the proposal that has finally retired because he is in favor of giving “daisies for pigs”.
In the same line contrary to the proposal not law has been the PP prosecutor Salvador Cruz, who has acknowledged that he begins to worry about its coincidence with the arguments of the socialist José Francisco Martín, with whom he has agreed that the first point of the initiative of Podemos is “ventajista” because it is a proposal already approved at the national level.
Cruz has also rejected the “demagoguery” applied by the Podemos prosecutor for criticizing the relationships of the banking and majority parties, but obviate that Izquierda Unida, with which his party has an electoral agreement at the national level, has also benefited from the forgiveness of bank debt.
After hearing these reproaches, Díez has again taken the floor to denounce that with the agreement of the PP and the PSOE at national level what they have achieved is that it is the banks that decide who can claim or not. “Identifying the problems that are collective is a right-wing policy,” the Podemos representative has warned.
But the toughest criticisms have reached the end of his speech, when Díez has asked why the “lack of reflexes” of the Socialist Group to be “precisely you – in reference to Martin – who speaks of bank abuses.”
With these words Díez has referred to the past of José Francisco Martín as a counselor of Caja España: “you are ashamed”, the Procurator of Podemos shouted after accusing him of entering commissions when the cash was “going bankrupt”.
After the debate in the chamber, the spokesman of the Socialist Group, Luis Tudanca, has accused the procurator of Podemos of copying socialist proposals and demagoguery and populism in the House, because “they do not make proposals or opposition.”
This discussion can anticipate the atmosphere
that can be breathed in the commission of investigation that has announced that Grupo Podemos will request the management of the savings banks of the Community before its integration in other financial entities outside Castilla y León.
Finally, in the voting, one of the points of the non-law proposal went forward, which asked only the Castilla y León Regional Government “to carry out an information campaign to guide the people affected and put the institutional resources at their disposal”.
But in the rest of the points, the rejection of the Popular Group with its 42 attorneys has been staged, while Ciudadanos (5) and the Mixed Group (2) have joined Podemos (10) and the PSOE has abstained.