“Sánchez asks for accessions to the opposition but for 16 days he has not called Ciudadanos. He says that ‘there is no plan B’, but what he would have to do is seek consensus to agree on a true plan A. To demand ‘responsibility’, first you have to practice it, “he wrote in a message on his Twitter account.
In his public appearance this Saturday at the Moncloa Palace, Sánchez argued that the state of alarm should be extended for the fourth time, an “effective and necessary” instrument, he said, to control the spread of the virus through measures such as the confinement of the population and the restriction of mobility.
By confirming that next Wednesday he will request another fifteen-day extension in the Congress of Deputies, he has warned that “there is no plan B”.
For this reason, it has appealed to the “responsibility” of the different political forces to give their support, warning of the “impact” of health, economic and social that would have to raise the state of alarm now.