Followers and supporters of the parties on the right have shown their discontent with the government's management while rejecting the extension of another 15 days of the state of alarm that the president announced this Saturday night Pedro Sánchez.
And they have done it on Twitter, with messages that include hashtags like #IglesiasVeteYa or #SanchezVeteYa. Those who agree with the idea of parties like PP and Vox have launched to fill the social network with messages against the Executive.
This weekend, the PP was already attacking the government "improvisation" and "mismanagement". In fact, the party's leader, Pablo Casado, has called for the continued exercise of "responsible opposition work and for them not to stop presenting measures" such as the one that calls on the municipalities to have the flags fly at half-mast as a sign of mourning .
The opposition wants to focus the control session to the Government in Congress next Wednesday on the vice president of Social Rights, Pablo Iglesias, which is objective the questions.
Vox has also chosen Iglesias for one of his control questions that is signed by the deputy Inés Cañizares, who, as his partner Macarena Olona did last Wednesday, will link the proposals of the 'purple' leader with Venezuelan Chavismo.