Remember that the Government has not provided enough quality sanitary material for the population or sanitary facilities, and that it has also not carried out massive diagnostic tests to control the pandemic
The Popular Parliamentary Group has presented a battery of questions to the Government in Congress in which it reproaches President Sánchez for continuing to comply with his "we will do what is necessary, where it is necessary and when it is necessary" to combat the coronavirus, at that he committed himself on March 10 and reiterated in the parliamentary plenary session of the fifth extension of the state of alarm on May 20.
Specifically, the PP blames it, among other issues, for the fact that it has not supplied enough quality medical material and personal protective equipment to Spanish society against the COVID-19 despite its promise, not even to the Health professionals who continue to be on the front lines fighting the pandemic.
According to the GPP, Sánchez also violates his public commitment to do "what is necessary, where it is necessary and when it is necessary" by violating it for continuing without doing massive diagnostic tests on the Spanish population.
In addition, the Popular Group reproaches the Prime Minister in another initiative for pointing out, in the same plenary session in which he came to self-qualify with a notable, that his management of the state of alarm has been effective. The PP, on the contrary, considers that a management cannot be described as effective when the single command of the Government has placed Spain among the worst countries in the world in, for example, the number of deaths in the population, or in the proportion of infected health professionals.
TEXT AND SIGNATORS OF THE QUESTION BATTERY
The questions to the Government, signed by the Deputy Secretaries of the PP Jaime Olano, Cuca Gamarra and Elvira Rodríguez, the Deputy to the General Secretariat of the GPP, Isabel Borrego, the deputy spokespersons of the Mario Garcés Group and José Ignacio Echániz, the Health spokesperson, Elvira Velasco, the second vice-president of the Congress, Ana Pastor, and the deputies Agustín Almodóbar, Juan Antonio Callejas and Rosa Romero, are the following:
– What are the real reasons why the Government has not provided sufficient quality medical material and personal protective equipment to Spanish society in the face of COVID-19, despite committing itself to do "what was necessary when necessary" to “stop this public health problem”, as Pedro Sánchez said?
– What are the real reasons why the Government has not supplied enough health materials and quality personal protective equipment to health professionals throughout the National Health System against COVID19 despite committing to do “what it does lack when necessary "to" stop this public health problem, "as Pedro Sánchez said?
– What are the real reasons why the Government has not carried out massive diagnostic tests for COVID-19 in Spanish society despite committing to do "whatever it takes when it was needed" to "stop this public health problem" , as Pedro Sánchez said?
– On what real and demonstrable arguments is the President of the Government based to affirm that the state of alarm decreed by COVID-19 "has been shown to be effective" taking into account that Spain is among the worst in the world in terms of number of cases registered, the number of total deaths and per million population confirmed, the number of seriously ill patients admitted to intensive care units … and, among other variables, the proportion of health professionals infected?
– Does the Government plan at any time to promote any really useful measure to improve the diligence, effectiveness, efficiency, transparency and coherence of its management in the crisis caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19)? If so, what measures do you plan to promote? In what actual time frames? If not, for what reasons?