The Popular Party is calling for the disapproval of Minister of the Interior, Fernando Grande-Marlaska, for his handling of the security forces and bodies (FCSE) in the wake of the tragic incident in Barbate. Two civil guards lost their lives and two others were injured when a drug boat collided with their zodiac. This announcement was made by the spokespersons of the Popular Party in both Congress and the Senate, Miguel Tellado and Alicia García, respectively.
According to Tellado, the Popular Party has been urging for more resources for the FCSE for years, and for the minister to prioritize the defense of the security forces. However, they believe that Marlaska has been more focused on accommodating his pro-independence partners and shielding Prime Minister Sánchez. Meanwhile, García expressed that Spain deserves a government that does not prioritize ETA prisoners and neglects the Civil Guard.
In addition to the disapproval request, sources from the Popular Party revealed that their leader, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, will be instructing their spokespersons to take necessary actions to hold Marlaska accountable for his actions.
The tragic incident in Barbate has sparked outrage and calls for accountability within the government. The Popular Party is determined to ensure that the Minister of the Interior is held responsible for the management of the security forces and bodies, and they are taking steps to make their voices heard in both Congress and the Senate.
The loss of two civil guards and the injury of two others has highlighted the need for better support and resources for the FCSE. The Popular Party has been advocating for this for years, and they believe that it is crucial for the government to prioritize the safety and well-being of the security forces.
The actions of Minister Marlaska have come under scrutiny, with accusations that he has been prioritizing political alliances over the needs of the FCSE. The Popular Party is determined to hold him accountable for his actions and ensure that the government prioritizes the safety and support of the security forces.
In light of these developments, the Popular Party is mobilizing to request the disapproval of Minister Marlaska in both Congress and the Senate. They are committed to advocating for the needs of the FCSE and ensuring that the government takes responsibility for its actions.
The tragic incident in Barbate has brought attention to the challenges faced by the security forces and the need for better support and resources. The Popular Party is determined to address these issues and hold the government accountable for its actions. They are taking steps to ensure that Minister Marlaska is held responsible for the management of the security forces and bodies, and they are advocating for the prioritization of the safety and well-being of the FCSE.
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