29-09-2020 | Cs
The deputy spokesperson for Citizens in Congress, Edmundo Bal, has remarked that 'it is not about finding guilty parties', but rather learning from mistakes and not repeating them
"It is necessary to study the mistakes made by the Government so as not to repeat them." This is how the deputy spokesperson of the Citizens Parliamentary Group (GPCs), Edmundo Bal, has defended the need to investigate the management of the pandemic in Spain.
In a press conference after the Board of Spokespersons, Bal has reported that this body had rejected, with the votes of the PSOE, United We Can and the groups that supported the investiture of Sánchez, a mixed Commission of Investigation on the management of the pandemic caused by the coronavirus.
“We have voted in favor of this Commission because, although the initiative was not ours, it is urgent to evaluate the mistakes that have been made. We are in a very delicate situation, ”the liberal spokesman continued. “You have already heard the question I asked Minister Illa last week: it is about learning from mistakes. It is not to find guilty ”.
In addition, the orange leader announced that Cs has presented an initiative to fight against the illegal ‘squatting’ of homes caused by “mafias and criminal groups”. The deputy spokesman took advantage of the press conference to denounce that “the left is always deceiving us with this problem. It is trying to confuse vulnerable groups with the mafias and the groups we want to fight against ”. For this reason, the liberal party includes a package of social measures, which focus on protecting these vulnerable people.
"Our proposal includes comprehensive measures to combat 'squatting'", he remarked, "and we include civil measures such as the civil summary process of recovery in favor of those who have a title" apparently more legitimate than the person who is' squatting ' home.
In addition, Cs proposes to toughen the penalties for squatters "so that it is not in anyone's mind to commit crimes in this way. Finally, they request "to expand the competences of the State Security Forces and Bodies" so that they can act immediately in the event that crimes were being committed in the dwelling in question.