"Spain does not deserve this opposition"
In the PSOE they are clear: the PP was aware that the two UPN deputies were going to reject the labor reform and "whitewashed turncoat" to harm the Government, even though this entails the loss of workers' rights after reaching an agreement unions and employers and also 10,000 million from European funds. And, aware that this move has clouded the approval of the "most important law of the legislature", as the Minister of the Presidency, Félix Bolaños, called it, they try to put the burden of proof on Pablo Casado. José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero did it in an electoral act in León, the socialist candidate, Luis Tudanca and Pedro Sánchez himself: "What happened last Thursday in Congress was that social progress won, Spain, and the PP's denialist opposition lost."
The Government and ERC heal the wounds of the labor reform and agree on a non-aggression pact for the remainder of the legislature
The president has assured that the labor reform is a "collective success" because it brought together representatives of workers and businessmen and has also dedicated special thanks to the parties that voted in the affirmative against the "face of a right that whitens the turncoat, delegitimizes the vote in Parliament and vote against a good deal for Spain". "It is clear to me that Spain does not deserve this opposition, this denialist right," said Sánchez, who has claimed the new labor regulations as "good politics."
"This labor reform is a hymn to growth and agreement. It is a hymn to economic growth because it is going to consolidate job creation and the creation of decent employment," said Sánchez, who recalled that in January - the first month with the regulations in force before it was validated by Congress - the number of permanent contracts increased by 91% compared to December. "That is what the PP wanted not to come out, even using turncoats," the PSOE general secretary has reproached.
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