Carriedo makes the Sánchez Executive ugly using the Abortion Law to "distract"

The Junta de Castilla y León is not convinced by the cocktail of matters that the central government intends to approve under the umbrella of the Abortion Law.

Carriedo makes the Sánchez Executive ugly using the Abortion Law to "distract"

The Junta de Castilla y León is not convinced by the cocktail of matters that the central government intends to approve under the umbrella of the Abortion Law. This was stated this Thursday by the spokesman for the regional executive, Carlos Fernández Carriedo, who criticized the mixing of various issues again to carry out some bills that generate more misgivings with the excuse of others in which there is greater understanding. Thus, Carriedo pointed out that there are some aspects of this legal text that they "only" know about through the media that have their "support." “But – he added – we would not like issues that generate a certain social consensus to be taken advantage of with other aspects subject to more controversy and do not have that more widespread support, in addition to seeking to “distract” from the problems that concern citizens.

The also Minister of Economy and Finance came to differentiate issues "of an economic nature", in relation to the application of a reduced VAT to sanitary hygiene products, which would have his support; of others such as the possibility that girls can abort from the age of 16 without even having to notify their parents.

And that is what Fernández Carriedo pointed out, which seems to be the intention of the central Executive, mixing in the cocktail shaker the different ingredients to carry out more controversial legal projects, including in the same text others that are unlikely to arouse social and political rejection. And the "Government is very given" to this practice, recalled the spokesman for the Board, who recalled that, for example, it was already seen in the middle of the first volleys of Covid-19, when the Executive took advantage of regulations related to the pandemic to, for For example, placing the then vice president, Pablo Iglesias, in the organs of the CNI (National Intelligence Center).

He even pointed to it being a "distraction" maneuver. Thus, he expressed the wish that the Council of Ministers "reflect" on an issue that "requires a lot of social consensus" and "do not use such a sensitive issue to distract attention from the real issues and problems of citizens."

Fernández Carriedo did not go further because, he warned, "it is difficult to give an opinion" on an issue of which the communities have not been informed by the Government, in addition to recalling that the Constitutional Court has not yet ruled on the appeals filed in this regard. The spokesman for the Board, who highlighted the more than 221 million approved yesterday by the Governing Council in services for Health, Education and Social Services, defended that they do have "clear" priorities and stressed that "no" they would like the central Executive uses a "very serious and highly sensitive" issue to "distract" from other issues.


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