The Senate celebrates its last plenary session this Tuesday, with the PP asking about Algeria and without a duel between Sánchez and Feijóo
The Senate celebrates this Tuesday its last session of control to the Government of this political course, in which the PP will ask for explanations on the economic situation and the crisis with Algeria, although there will not be a 'face to face' between the head of the Executive, Pedro Sánchez, and the leader of the opposition, Alberto Núñez Feijóo.
This is the last ordinary plenary session to be held by the Upper House until September, although parliamentary sources cited by Europa Press assure that there is a possibility that an extraordinary session may be held in July to debate some laws.
In any case, the PP will question the Executive in this plenary session, among other things, for two current affairs, related to the economic situation and the crisis with Algeria. It will be the spokesperson for the group, Javier Maroto, who will ask the first vice president, Nadia Calviño, about the situation of the economy, while the Foreign Affairs spokeswoman, Pilar Rojo, will do so about the diplomatic crisis generated in the Maghreb.
On this occasion, there will be no duel between Sánchez and Feijóo, since the President of the Government is not responsible for attending this plenary session, since he did attend the previous one, which was the first parliamentary 'face to face' between the two leaders.
Through Europe Press.