The Popular Parliamentary Group takes to the next plenary session of Congress a motion calling for the cessation of the Minister of Transportation, José Luis Ábalos, for his meeting in Spanish territory with the right hand of the tyrant Maduro, Delcy Rodríguez.
It is also requested in this initiative, which will be discussed on Tuesday, that the Government publicly ratify and express Juan Guaidó as the legitimate President in charge of Venezuela, to defend the Venezuelan Constituent Assembly and support the democratic forces that work for a presidential election as soon as possible, free, transparent and democratic.
In addition, the Government is urged to promote all the necessary actions to alleviate the very serious humanitarian crisis that Venezuela is experiencing, to ensure effective compliance with international sanctions that fall on the senior officials of the Maduro regime, and to provide the necessary information to the effective development of a Commission of Inquiry in Congress on the strict compliance with the sanctions adopted by the EU, requested by the PP.
Regarding the next session of control to the Executive of Wednesday, the president of the Popular Party, Pablo Casado, will ask the president of the Government, Pedro Sánchez if he has resigned to reduce the unemployment suffered by more than three million Spaniards; GPP spokeswoman Cayetana Álvarez de Toledo will ask the first vice president of the Government, Carmen Calvo, what are the next steps that the government intends to take to fulfill the commitments acquired during the investiture debate; and the secretary general of the PP, Teodoro García Egea, will ask the second vice president, Pablo Iglesias, if he has clear priorities of his Ministry regarding the ‘General Directorate of Leverage Policies’.
In addition, the vice-secretary of the PP, Elvira Rodríguez, will ask the Minister of Finance, María Jesus Montero, what scenario the Government contemplates for the preparation of the next Budgets; the spokeswoman for Equality of the GPP, Marga Prohens will ask the Minister of Equality, Irene Montero, if she considers that the Government has acted negligently in the case of the sexual exploitation of minors under guard in the Balearic Islands; and the GPP Industry spokeswoman, Tristana Moraleja, will ask the fourth vice president, Teresa Ribera, if she considers the Government that, even with notable delay, a complete solution to the problems of electro-intensive companies has been given.