Government and PP have reached an agreement in record time for the renewal of the constitutional bodies that had their mandate expired except for the most controversial, the Judiciary, for which Genoa maintains the veto. The talks were resumed this Wednesday after Pablo Casado extended his hand to Pedro Sánchez to proceed to renew the institutions, although he made it clear that the CGPJ would not enter the package until the law is modified, an extreme that the socialists reject.
Although the intention of the Government was to negotiate all the institutions together, finally the PSOE and PP have closed the others and will continue to talk about the Judiciary. “After the conversations between the Minister of the Presidency, Relations with the Courts and Democratic Memory, Félix Bolaños, and the general secretary of the PP, Teodoro García Egea, this morning, the Socialist Party and the Popular Party have reached an agreement that will allow the renewal of the Constitutional Court, the Court of Accounts, the Ombudsman and the Data Protection Agency, “Moncloa reported in a statement.
“The renewal of these bodies will be carried out in a plenary session that is expected to be held the week of October 25, both in the Congress of Deputies and in the Senate,” the message added.