The battle between the Ministry of Equality and the PSOE continues. The unrest in Irene Montero’s department has not disappeared, this time in relation to the decision of the group led by Adriana Lastra de register alone the law of equal treatment and non-discrimination without their contributions. In Ferraz they argued that they transferred their coalition partner that they would register the rule so that it could be debated in the plenary session of Congress next week, which is when the Socialist Group has room to introduce its initiative. In Unidos Podemos they point out that the PSOE did it unilaterally and without collecting any of the contributions from the ministry or the parliamentary group, in breach of what was agreed between the partners. At the gates of Parliament deciding whether or not to accept it for processing, the report that Equality has sent to the Secretary of State for Relations with the Courts – dependent on Carmen Calvo – carries the rating “unfavorable”.
PSOE and United We can clash over the equal treatment law in full development of the LGTBI and Trans regulation