The Popular Group already claimed on Wednesday "immediate", "public" and "convincing" explanations to Celaá after the publications of 'OK newspaper' in which it is reported that the minister hid two properties from her declaration: two houses overcharged of three million euros between them.
At a press conference in Congress, the deputy parliamentary spokesman of the PP, Guillermo Mariscal, went to Celaá to indicate that "it is time" to give these explanations "if he does not want to face a greater difficulty". "Give clear explanations about what your assets are and that we do not have to know which is the information from the media," insisted the deputy.
Two days later, the PP has raised the bar and, in the absence of explanations, has decided to register in Congress a request for appearance to Celaá go to the Commission of Education and detail the data of his declaration of heritage.
That request for appearance has also been claimed by Ciudadanos, who on Thursday registered their own request for explanations.