If there are no last-minute surprises, this Wednesday Congress will vote on the sixth and last extension of the Alarm State. It will do so thanks to the affirmative vote of the PNV and abstention from CKD, which reached an agreement with the Government to exit the NO block.
This decision has cost criticism of the republican party by its government partner in Catalonia, Junts per Catalunya.
Well, this Monday Gabriel Rufián has defended the agreement, arguing that it is the most appropriate, especially if we consider what is on the other side of the chamber.
“The will has changed. The spirit of the investiture was in danger and the alternative is an emboldened extreme right, and as a democrat I am really afraid“He explained in the program” Hoy por Hoy “of Cadena Ser.
“The previous refusal to extend the state of alarm was because we were told no to social benefitsHe added.