Alberto Núñez Feijóo pointed out this morning in Valencia that "there is a party that is very happy with this, which is the PSPOE, because its government coalition is broken and this is an opportunity to unite". The leader of the PP was referring to the motion of censure presented by Vox and that Ramón Tamames will defend in Congress. Regarding Santiago Abascal's party, he has assessed that "they are beginning to have doubts about what they have done."
Before the media, he reiterated that the PP "does not agree with that motion, nor will we support it, we are not going to give the president of a defeated government a game, we want to win at the polls." He added that "we will not give the PSOE a victory" in Congress when an electoral run-up is already underway and Sánchez is "a president defeated in public opinion."
Regarding the pension reform, he has defended that the Government's proposal "is a bad model, a patch and a mortgage for the future of the Spanish people." "I dare not tell the Spanish that it is a good model for current and future pensioners, I am not going to get into this patch," he added. Feijóo has criticized that the PSOE has not even wanted to discuss "its PowerPoint, its transparencies" to reform pensions in Spain, a proposal with which the Socialists, in his opinion, tell people things that they will do but that later they will not carry out. cape.
For the leader of the popular, there are two possible models to reform pensions: "leaving a mortgage, a hole for current and especially future pensioners", and generating a "sustainability of pensions" that guarantees pensioners now and the next. And within these models, for Feijóo there are two alternatives: create many jobs and have workers pay less for their contributions, which is what the PP defends, and the opposite, which is what in his opinion the PSOE advocates, with " less growth, less employment and more holes" in the public pension system.
The socialist proposal, according to the president of the PP, is "a mortgage for the future" and is not good for workers, the self-employed or pensioners.