Ione Belarra accuses the Socialists of making a “partisan alliance” with the PP with which “our country goes backwards” “There are things that are simply unjustifiable,” Pablo Echenique writes on Twitter. Budget Law and should be left out of its processing The housing law, stuck in Congress for months due to the lack of agreement between the parliamentary groups, is one of the sources of permanent conflict between the two partners of the Government, PSOE and United We Can . The Socialists have allied this Tuesday with the PP to knock down at the table of the Budget Commission the amendments that the purple party had presented together with ERC and Bildu on housing to the budgets. Amendments that basically included the main demands of Podemos and other parties of the investiture block for the housing law that is being processed, the regulation of rental prices and the prohibition of evictions without a housing alternative. The leader of Podemos and Minister of Social Rights, Ione Belarra, has charged against the PSOE whom she accuses of making a “bipartisan alliance” with the PP with which “our country goes backwards”. “With the progressive majority, move forward. We need the housing law now,” he proclaimed on Twitter. The PSOE and the PP knock down in Congress the amendments that we presented together with ERC and EH Bildu to regulate rental prices and stop evictions . With the bipartisan alliance, our country goes backwards, with the progressive majority, it advances. We need the housing law now.— Ione Belarra (@ionebelarra) November 8, 2022 PSOE and PP have followed the criteria set forth by Congressional lawyers who have warned that these amendments regulate matters unrelated to the Budget Law and therefore Therefore, they should be left out of their processing. These proposals are still alive in the housing law that for the moment continues to be blocked in the Transport Commission of the Chamber. However, the two main parliamentary groups have kept the amendment regarding tax incentives for housing rentals active. With which it is falling, with rental prices skyrocketing, with young people excluded from the housing market, with families having enormous difficulties to make ends meet… There are things that are simply unjustifiable. https://t.co/mq0Oj2a5Zy— Pablo Echenique (@PabloEchenique) November 8, 2022 The spokesman for United We Can in Congress, Pablo Echenique, has also criticized on Twitter that “with what is falling, with the prices of skyrocketing rents, with young people excluded from the housing market, with families having enormous difficulties making ends meet… There are things that are simply unjustifiable.” Several leaders of the purple formation have come out in a storm to denounce the movement of the PSOE. Pablo Fernández, state co-spokesman, has called it “painful”, “regrettable” and “shameful”. “They don’t want there to be no evictions or affordable rents. Let everyone find out,” emphasized Alejandra Jacinto, another of the party’s spokespersons.