The second vice president and minister of Social Rights and the 2030 Agenda, Pablo Iglesias, announced this Thursday that in less than two weeks the Government will present a measure to extend the ban on evictions, as demanded by United We Can. This week, the PSOE and the purple ones already showed signs of rapprochement.
“Sometimes the discrepancies and differences are translated into beneficial measures for the people,” Iglesias defended during his appearance at the Joint Commission of Congress for the Coordination and Monitoring of the Spanish Strategy to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.
Pedro Sánchez, with the president and the deputy secretary general of the PSOE, Cristina Narbona and Adriana Lastra, this November 23 at the permanent meeting of the executive, in Ferraz.
The vice president has specified that his department is working with the Minister of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda, José Luis Ábalos, who has the competence in Housing, to promote this regulation that will be ready in the coming days, no later than two weeks. of the dispute
United We Can had presented an amendment to the budgets to end evictions until 2022 together with ERC and EH Bildu that generated discomfort on the socialist side of the Government, which did not support it.
However, Iglesias approached positions on Monday with the Chief Executive, Pedro Sánchez, who promised to seek the formula to extend until the state of alarm lasts the measure now in force until January 31, which prevents people who are in a vulnerable situation as a result of the covid crisis.