The president of the Popular Party, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, will land tomorrow, Wednesday, in the Senate, to take possession of his seat in the Upper House, as number one of the Popular Group, and abide by compliance with the Constitution, as established by the Parliamentary Regulation . On Friday, Feijóo will meet the parliamentary groups for the first time, to mark the general political lines for the rest of the legislature.
The Regulations of the Congress and the Senate establish the requirement to swear or promise to abide by the Constitution in order to fully acquire the status of deputy or senator. Once Feijóo promises it, this Wednesday in the plenary session that begins at 9 in the morning in the Plaza de la Marina Española, he will already be a senator.
Feijóo will be number one in the Popular Group, and will debate face to face with Pedro Sánchez, when the President of the Government decides to attend the control session, something that is scheduled for June 7. As leader of the PP he is president of the Parliamentary Group of Congress and the Senate, and in the Upper House they are already enabling him to be number one.
The work of spokesperson will continue to be carried out by Javier Maroto, who was appointed to that position at the proposal of Pablo Casado, during his time as president of the PP.
PP sources have explained that Feijóo will be elected this Tuesday afternoon senator by appointment of the Autonomous Community of Galicia. The president of the PP will attend the vote from the hemicycle, occupying the seat that was currently being used by the parliamentary spokesman for the PP, and just behind the president of the Xunta, Alfonso Rueda.
After the appointment, Feijóo, like Miguel Tellado, will present their resignation to the act of regional deputy before the Parliament table. Tomorrow, Wednesday, already in the plenary session of the Senate, they will promise their position and take their seats in the Upper House.
In addition, on Friday the president will meet with the members of the parliamentary groups of the Congress, Senate and European Parliament. He will do it in the hemicycle of the Senate itself and, before the representatives in the three chambers of representation, he will set the priorities for this new stage, as reported from Genoa.