The People's Party (PP) made headlines for winning a large share of votes the Madrid local election for their anti-lockdown stance.
I've also read that:
[The] Spanish parliament has approved a government decree of 26 June that ends the obligation to wear face masks outdoors when distancing is practicable. [...]
The measure was passed despite some members of Congress advocating for a return to the face mask rule in all circumstances, as a fifth wave of coronavirus infections spreads across Europe. [...]
The measure was backed by 180 MPs, with 90 voting against and 78 abstaining.
The Socialist Party of Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez and junior left-wing partners Unidas Podemos both supported the measure, while the right-wing Popular Party opposed it and the far-right VOX abstained.
Why did the PP oppose the measure? Do they prefer "masks everywhere" or do they rather oppose even this level of mask wearing as in that June decree?