The vote was only a few hours away, but it was clear to all parties on Monday that the reform of the bereavement law would die after three years of parliamentary debate and virtually all clauses agreed upon. For a long time, the disagreement was based on four points: the use of rubber balls (which does not appear in the text, but the ban of which was a red line for supporters of the coalition), hot returns and penalties for fouls. Respect and disobedience to authority. This Tuesday, the vote against Esquerra Republicana and EH Bildu, due to the lack of consensus on these issues, hastened the failure of one of the main commitments of the coalition agreement between PSOE and Unidas Podemos. Mariano Rajoy’s law will remain so after more than five years of progressive governments.
Source: El Diario