The Government Hopes To Save The European Fund Law With The Support Of Eh Bildu
2021-01-28 | by CusiGO
The government will try to pass a decree in Congress to regulate the implementation of the multi million dollar European Economic and social recovery fund. The strangest political combination is that EH bildu voted for it and vox abstained. Because of the election in Catalonia and the election of former minister Salvador illa for the government, there are clear differences between him and his ERC allies, and the executive is on the verge of parliamentary defeat on a key issue. The independents broke away from the government’s allies and voted against it on the grounds that the allocation of funds in Europe “is considered to be tailored for large companies.”. Citizens also voted against it, and the people’s Party voted against it. Two political parties in the executive branch sought the support of other groups and found them in EH bildu and more countries, but only 172 out of 350 seats in the house of Representatives. Until vox unexpectedly announced that it would abstain in this afternoon’s vote, this position will enable the administration to save a situation that is very committed to a completely unexpected integration: the support of the aberzar left and the consent of the far right.
The plenary session first discussed transitional measures to adapt to brexit, including other issues such as raising the minimum wage to 950 euros. Another highlight of the day was the discussion of four amendments to the whole proposal. PSOE and UNIDO wanted to prevent the appointment of the General Council of Justice (cgpj) during its more than two-year term.
The meeting will also discuss four other decrees passed by the government in December last year, including the business aid plan for tourism, hotel industry and commerce; the suspension of eviction and cut-off of supply under the current alarm state; and; And expand government debt credit to compensate banks for their losses in Beaver gas storage.
Although each act has been in force since it was published in the national register (BOE), Congress must review the validity of each act within one month and repeal it without the support of the house of Representatives.
January is an inappropriate month for parliamentary activities, but Congress plans to hold a special plenary session this week to review the latest decrees passed by the government last year, three of which can be traced back to the ministerial meeting on December 22: the hotel aid program, Trade and tourism, prohibition of deportation and changes in the rules governing the implementation of the European Fund.