This Wednesday, Pedro Sánchez faces his fourth investiture session (two of them failed). And he does so in the midst of a climate of unprecedented tension, caused by an amnesty law that will erase with a stroke of the pen the “procés” and exempt politicians and pro-independence activists from criminal responsibilities. A high price that will allow the leader of the socialists to overcome the required barrier of 176 votes (179) and remain president of the Government.
In front, beyond the opposition, led by the leader of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, he will meet his government partners: ERC, PNV, Bildu, Junts… the same ones who have admitted to distrust Sánchez and have warned him that They will be vigilant every step you take. A legislative pact marked by suspicion, warnings and concessions that break equality between Spaniards. Outside the chamber, there will be no clashes, since the Executive has shielded the exterior with fences and 1,600 police officers to avoid protests and boos.
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