Socialists and purples have included it in the first ordinary plenary session of the year in Congress so that it enters into force as soon as possible. His journey has lasted just eight months
Seen and unseen. The socialists will take to the first ordinary plenary session of the year, on Thursday, February 3, the final approval of the reform of the Penal Code that will allow concentrations of pro-lifers who come to the vicinity to be punished with prison sentences of between three months and one year from abortion clinics to pray and hand out flyers. This Tuesday the agenda of said plenary session was approved and it is included, as confirmed by parliamentary sources to El Debate. Afterwards, the organic law proposal will be sent to the Senate. If the text is not amended there, it will be definitively approved without the need for it to return to Congress. And it does not seem that it will be, since part of the Lower House with an agreement between the PSOE, United We Can, Citizens, ERC and the PNV. So its entry into force is imminent. And once it is, the PP and Vox are considering resorting to the Constitutional Court because, according to both, the reform violates fundamental rights and public freedoms of assembly, expression and ideology.
Get trained in the digital employment of the future with 42 Urduliz, the most innovative programming campus His elevation to the plenary session also occurs in the midst of an offensive by the left against the campaign of the Catholic Association of Propagandists (ACdP) in favor of life. The municipalities of Pontevedra and Vitoria have been the last to censor it on their marquees. Those from Granada, Gijón and Valencia had already done it before; against mayors who, like José Luis Martínez Almeida, have resisted the pressure of the abortionist parties: “In Madrid there is no room for prior censorship,” he wrote to the PSOE last week in response to a letter from the Socialists asking for the cancellation of the ACdP campaign.
The popular ones already feared that the partners of the Government wanted to settle the creation of this criminal type expressly against the pro-lifers as soon as possible. And they feared it because of the speed with which the bill was dispatched to the Justice Commission of Congress, throughout December. Socialists and purples have dispatched this organic law proposal in eight months For comparison, socialists and purples have needed two years of legislature to agree on a Housing Law project (and the entire parliamentary process still remains). On the contrary, in eight months it has dispatched a reform of the Penal Code of this magnitude, having the status of an organic law (it was presented on May 12, 2021).