La diputada del GPP en el Congreso de los Diputados, Beatriz Fanjul

The deputy of the Popular Parliamentary Group for the Basque Country, Beatriz Álvarez Fanjul, has asked the Government for a copy of the letter sent by the Minister of Health, Salvador Illa, to the Minister for the Environment of the Basque Government, Iñaki Arriola, confirming the exception included in extremis in the articles of the new Royal Decree-Law 10/2020, of March 29 (which regulates a recoverable paid leave for employed persons who do not provide essential services, in order to reduce the mobility of the population in the context of the fight against COVID-19) in order to continue searching for the bodies of the victims Alberto and Joaquín.

In relation to the crisis produced after the collapse of the landfill in Zaldívar (Vizcaya), which has cost two human lives and whose bodies are still buried under tons of garbage and waste, the GPP deputy asks how the Government of Spain values ​​the tasks of rubble and search for the bodies in view of the conversations held and the letter sent.

Similarly, he also asks the Government of Spain "if it will make available to the Basque Government the human and technical means necessary to speed up the search for the bodies and end the suffering of the families."

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