The Minister of the Interior, Fernando Grande-Marlaska, today reminded the PP that he is very clear about his sexual orientation and takes it to heart, so it is not necessary to remind him daily.
Marlaska made this comment in the plenary session of the Senate in response to Senator Esther Muñoz, who minutes before had criticized the Minister of Justice, Dolores Delgado, and once again had asked for her resignation.
Among the criticisms of the senator to the minister was the one of her different versions about the recording of a lunch of her with the ex-commissar Jose Manuel Villarejo in which he supposedly labeled Marlaska as a "fagot".
The minister, in a subsequent intervention, has taken the opportunity to address Muñoz and, by extension, all the senators and deputies of the PP, and regret that in the last month they remind him every day of his sexual orientation.
"I promise you that I know her and I show her off," he added.
Dolores Delgado, for her part, has made it clear that she plans to continue working to "recover the lost six years" for Justice by the PP Government.
The PP, which has managed to condemn Congress and the Senate to the minister and has asked for his resignation on several occasions in recent weeks, has maintained pressure on it today, although with less intensity.