The foundations of the show flat have cracks even though it has only been built for nine months.
The alliance of PP and Vox in Castilla y León was signed on April 11 in the Cortes and its first coalition government began, an entente that from the beginning has clashed and has caused both to argue that they are "different parties" united by the electoral mandate.
The president, Alfonso Fernández Mañueco (PP), has seen how his vice president, Juan García-Gallardo (Vox), has come out in response: Gallardo's controversies have forced the leader to deny, lower or shut up before his second.
The recent controversy over anti-abortion measures in the community adds to a string of disagreements, outbursts from the extreme right and pulses monitored from Madrid.
The last chapter of the background noise has come with the decision of the Employment Council (Vox), which has abolished the Labor Relations Service, which mediated between companies and workers to avoid going to court.
The unions, the employers' association and the Ministry of Labor have already asked the Board for explanations with an issue that, according to PP sources, worries Feijóo and Mañueco.
The national leader of the far-right party, Santiago Abascal, branded the new coalition Executive with the PP in Castilla y León as a "pilot floor" that could later be extended to all of Spain.
Mañueco began a period of transfers and corrections to Vox in April on issues such as sexist violence, as Gallardo demanded that this concept be eliminated.
The president refused, but accepted a "law on domestic violence" parallel to the gender law;
A similar thing happened with the Historical Memory, since the ultras have promoted a "Concord decree" because the previous one "only spoke of one of the parties."
The 11 "axis of Government" with 32 "actions" allude to "orderly migration" or "ideological indoctrination", unprecedented issues in the politics of this territory.
On May 24, the first warning came about the way in which Gallardo acts, who, by describing the rights to abortion and euthanasia as “laws of death”, showed his intentions in this regard.
"I am not going to treat him condescendingly, I am going to answer him as if he were a person like all the others," he snapped at the socialist Noelia Frutos, a disabled attorney.
Manueco, who promised "rigor and exemplarity" in his appointment, excused himself evasively the next day.
June brought another disagreement: the Government mediated to save the Grupo Siro biscuit maker, Mañueco went to Madrid to corroborate it and Vox, with its Minister of Industry and Employment criticized for its inaction, counterprogrammed by announcing a cut of 20 million euros to the unions.
Free sexuality has also faced high charges.
Zamora, which in 2033 will be the oldest province in Europe according to Eurostat and which has lost 30,000 people in this century, saw how Gallardo blamed depopulation on "the hypersexualization of society."
Mañueco distanced himself from the "different approaches" of his ally
Mañueco, in October, separated from Gallardo, who called victims of sexist violence "heartless falsely denouncing" and branding these laws as "anomaly in the civilized world."
The leader did acknowledge the existence of gender violence, which Vox denies.
Christmas has not softened Vox, since the controversy over the anti-abortion measures has forced Mañueco and his advisers to contradict Gallardo, who considered them "imperative" for doctors.
Mañueco has tried to settle the controversy with a "sincere conversation" with Gallardo.
Now he denies a possible break with Vox "although nothing in life is certain."
but making a mistake when voting for the tax law that feeds them, validated in extraordinary session and that will be processed in the coming weeks.
So many struggles have caused Castilla y León to once again talk about electoral progress, like the one called by Mañueco a little over a year ago seeking "stability".
He now denies a possible break with Vox "although nothing in life is certain."
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