• The formation wants to know if the President of the Government contemplates this possibility after the judicial siege that looms over the third vice president, Pablo Iglesias, and the United We Can formation.

The VOX Parliamentary Group has presented a battery of questions to clarify whether the recent imputation of United We Can as a legal entity will change Pedro Sánchez's criteria on the suitability of the third vice president to continue within the Delegate Commission for Intelligence Affairs.

«The imputation of the cited senior officials, together with Calvente's complaint, seems to show that the dome of the purple formation was a participant, or at least aware, of the events that are being the subject of judicial investigation ", they point out from training.

"All these open judicial processes, both at the top of his party and at himself (Pablo Iglesias), seem to be sufficient cause for the President of the Government to withdraw his confidence and exclude Vice President Iglesias from the Government Delegate Commission for Intelligence Affairs », points out the initiative, stressing that Sánchez could take refuge in the fact that the leader of Unidas Podemos no longer meets the requirements demanded by the National Security Office to obtain the Qualification of Security Personnel for “having demonstrated, by deed or word, lack of honesty, disloyalty, unreliability, not being trusted, or indiscretion ”.

That is why the VOX Parliamentary Group has registered the following questions to get to the bottom of the matter:

  1. Is the President of the Government going to exclude the Second Vice President, Pablo Iglesias, from the Delegate Commission for Intelligence Affairs for loss of confidence and taking into account the judicial siege that hangs over him and the political formation United, Can we lead?
  2. If not, does the Government consider that the judicial situation of Vice President Iglesias and his party, is appropriate for a member of the Government and a member of the aforementioned commission?
  3. Given the sensitivity of the information handled by the Government Delegate Commission for Intelligence Affairs, does the Government consider that the judicial situation of the Second Vice President – and that of his party-, could compromise national interests?
  4. Despite not being a necessary requirement for members of the Government, does the Government consider that Vice President Iglesias would meet the requirements established by the National Security Office to obtain the mandatory Personal Security Clearance?



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