The PSOE socialist party in Ibiza want to see the backs of both Matas and Rodriguez.
Here in Palma, socialist spokesperson Francina Armengol hinted that Matas could save himself with a full explanation.
The Green Party, which started the day calling for Matas to sack Rodriguez, finished off by issuing a statement in which they called for the whole Balearic government to go. The PSM Majorca Nationalist Party claimed that Rodriguez's position is no longer tenable and that, after so many lies he should do the honourable thing. One of the biggest blows to the PP came from the party's political ally, leader of the Council of Majorca and the Majorca Union Party, María Antonia Munar. While she avoided giving a straight answer to the question of whether the Interior Minister should go, she did say that, at times like this, a resignation can serve to ease the pressure on a government. While Munar said she is not one to advise others, she considers that according to the manual, if someone resigns, they eventually disappear from the media and public spotlight making it easier for them and the government. Only time will tell.
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