The spokesman of the PP in the Senate, Ignacio Cosidó, has announced that it will veto the draft of the General Budgets of the State for 2019, "if it comes" to this chamber, which would force the Government of Pedro Sánchez to achieve an absolute majority in the Congress for final approval.
Cosidó, who has been convinced that Sánchez's budgets are "unconstitutional" in the terms in which he has sent them to Brussels, has also assured that his group will appeal to the Constitutional Court, if they manage to pass the first formality in plenary session. of Congress, for which the Government needs only the support of a simple majority, that is, one vote more in favor than against.
Although the decision depends on the president of the Congress, Ana Pastor, Cosidó believes that this should not admit them to process, if before the Executive does not formally set a ceiling of expenditure.
"I have serious doubts that the budgets arrive here, in spite of the pact of the jail, but if they arrive, the popular parliamentary group will veto them and, if we believe that they are unconstitutional, will appeal them," the PP spokesman has warned.