Bronco debate in the regional Parliament of the non-law proposal presented by the PSOE to "reprove the behavior of the vice-president of the Board, Juan García-Gallardo". With the initiative, the Socialists intended to censor "the inadmissible words" of number two of the Executive, when in the previous plenary session he told the PSOE attorney, Noelia Frutos, who suffers from a disability, that "I will respond to him as if he were a person like all the others”.
From the first moment, the parliamentary groups made the orientation of their vote clear, so that, finally, the PP, which took a position against it -along with Vox- avoided the disapproval of García-Gallardo, who intervened at the end of the debate to accuse the socialists for "instrumenting" the disability of Noelia Frutos and this one for allowing it.
The popular spokesman, Raúl de la Hoz, unsuccessfully proposed a substitution amendment so that the disapproval would become an initiative to promote policies in favor of people with disabilities.
Francisco Igea, from Ciudadanos, warned him that “this is great for him. It's going to hurt. I would leave him if I were you », while for Pablo Fernández, from United We Can, García-Gallardo « has many surnames but little education » for a performance that he branded as « despicable ». For UPL-Soria ¡Ya!, Luis Mariano Santos denounced that he "exceeded his limits, crossed a red line and far from apologizing, he went ahead."
The defense of the vice president came with the secretary of the Vox Group, David Hierro, who compared facts to words and, thus, explained that García-Gallardo collaborates with the Querer Foundation that cares for children with disabilities. He did not miss the opportunity to remember that the previous day Pedro Sánchez himself spoke of "disabled" to refer to the disabled.
After De la Hoz accused the Socialists of "making an increasingly dirty and disgusting quagmire" and Gómez denounced "the shame of those who pay homage", in reference to the PP, it was Gallardo himself who jumped 'into the Arena'. He appealed to the Rules of the Courts to be able to intervene "under cover of the innumerable and unfair allusions" and that, as a member of the Government, he had the right to speak and without a time limit. Monumental stir in the benches of the opposition before Gallardo's intervention, especially in that of the PSOE. Finally, the president of Parliament, Carlos Pollán (Vox), who granted him the three regulatory minutes. He took advantage of that time to blurt out Noelia Frutos that "you came with the written intervention and predisposed to be offended" and invited her to decide if she wants to "continue being instrumentalized for such low ends" by the PSOE. Patricia Gómez managed to close the debate, also by allusions, to regret that "she has lost the opportunity to apologize" and that "she has again disrespected."