The Executive's decision to resume non-essential activities tomorrow Monday has once again caused discrepancies within the Council of Ministers. The representatives of the purple formation do not agree that it occurs so soon and They bet to extend it another two weeks.
The discrepancies of those of Pablo Iglesias have not arisen in the last day. According to newspapers such as 20 Minutos or Público this position would have been discussed in the last Council of Ministers, in front of the main supporter to resume activity, the Minister of Economic Affairs, Nadia Calviño.
"Among the reasons given for not taking this measure is disagreement between experts, also some of those who advise the Executive, and the WHO's own recommendations, ”according to 20 minutes.
In fact, this week the WHO president, Tedros Adhanom, has assured that "lifting the restrictions too quickly could lead to a deadly resurgence ". "The decline can be as dangerous as the rise if not properly managed" referring to countries that are taking steps to de-escalate confinement.
The Guardian has spoken in the same line. The British newspaper warns of the danger of returning to work tomorrow in Spain. They allude to the many voices that assure that it can be hasty.
It is not the first time that there is a difference of opinion between the ministers of both sides. The declaration of the state of alarm and the measures that were to accompany it was another hot spot in the Council of Ministers. Socialists have from the beginning been the most reluctant to carry out more restrictive economic measures.