The Housing Law opens another gap in the coalition

The days go by more and more hectic for the coalition government and tensions begin to overlap one another. This Thursday, Unidos Podemos has demanded that the PSOE continue « without making a proposal » on the regulation of the rental price, a measure agreed between the two formations to unlock the budgets, when there is a week left before the deadline given to carry the new Housing Law to the Council of Ministers, as sources from the purple party have explained to this newspaper.

Those of Iglesias once again feel betrayed by the PSOE, as has happened recently with the ‘Zerolo Law’, which they considered obstructing the powers of the Ministry of Equality, led by Irene Montero, and whose abstention was a turning point. Aora accuse their partners of being « close » to the real estate sector.

Precisely this Thursday the teams of the Second Vice Presidency, represented by the Secretary of State for the 2030 Agenda Ione Belarra, and the Ministry of Transport, headed by the Secretary General for the Urban Agenda and Housing David Lucas, have resumed negotiations on the law , given that the contacts were frozen by the Catalan elections of February 14.

The meeting has not been satisfactory for United We Can. And it is that he has reproached that, despite the fact that in the framework of the negotiation of the General Budgets of 2021, it was agreed to bring a joint text to the Council of Ministers before the end of February, the team of Minister José Luis Ábalos «has not yet has specified in writing what its position is on the key issues for purple.