The 3,361 mayors of the PP in Spain met in a common manifesto to “reiterate our commitment to the equality of all Spaniards” which, according to the ‘popular’, is “seriously compromised” in “unfair and arbitrary” decisions made by the Government by Sánchez to get the votes of the Junts and other pro-independence formations.
“The current central Executive no longer puts the general interest above all else, but prioritizes the demands from which the separatist formations extort him at every moment,” so the spokesman and deputy secretary of Culture of the PP, Borja Sémper, called protest this Sunday to “end” “caste politics” initiated by Sánchez.
In the ‘popular’ document, the mayors, together with the 23,421 councilors in the PP throughout Spain, demand that the Government end the “secret negotiation” with its partners on issues such as the economy and the welfare of citizens.
For the PP, “the public service and the equality of Spaniards before the law They cannot be money to protect the presidency of Pedro Sánchez” and that is why they ask for participation in the debate and decision-making on issues “that affect us all.”
In the same document, the ‘popular’ mayors expressed their “total rejection of the Amnesty Law” because it is an “unjust and immoral” law. “It attacks the equality of all Spaniards enshrined in our Constitution and breaks the principle of separation of powers by canceling judicial sentences and investigations,” they said. from the PP insisting on the “massive deception” represented by that law for the Spanish because “PSOE denies the possibility of this step.”
In addition, they emphasize that the existence and processing of this law did not “serve for the independence movement to do with the non-repetition of the coup that took place in 2017 in Catalonia”.
“We see with loneliness that the agreements with the PSOE and its partners serve to decriminalize theft crimes, against territorial integrity and even terrorism”, the PP maintained that they described the socialist attitude as “contrary to the non-negotiable values of any modern democratic State.”
Along with the Committee of Mayors of the PP in Madrid, Sémper warned that Sánchez uses “lie” as “change of mind” to now defend that “violence is violence” depending on “where it is committed”, an accusation regarding the PSOE agreement with the independentists to exclude terrorism crimes from the amnesty bill only for “violations of human rights”, which would allow amnesty. for the CDR or those accused of the Democratic Tsunami.
“We demand no ‘good terrorism’ and that every act of terrorism will be investigated and judged,'” the manifesto reads.
“Sánchez is an expert at lying, but we do not deserve a government that destroys institutions, dignity and destroys the rule of law,” added the spokesperson of the ‘popular’, thus calling on citizens to protest for an “alternative”: “There is a way out, There is hope, there is a better future. “There is an alternative to bad government and this resentment.”
For his part, one of the mayors most critical of the amnesty and of Sánchez, Xavier García Albiol, described the president as “an amoral character” and assured that he was “sad” that what happened “does not provoke a reaction” in society.
Sémper also criticized Sánchez for “making Moncloa a house of trouble” with “a weekly scandal” and “maligned ministers who speak ill of themselves”, “contempt the opposition” and “insulting those who disagree with them.”
The mayors believe that changing or repealing the Penal Code “a la carte to benefit some people is a form of political corruption” and that. undermines trust in institutions and creates a sense of grievance and
injustice to the population “intolerable,” reads the manifesto.
The leader of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, the regional president of the party, and the former president of the Government José María Aznar will participate in this concentration.
Under the motto ‘In defense of the equality of the Spaniards’, Feijóo and his ‘barons’ intend to take advantage of the Plaza de España in Madrid – starting at noon – citizen “anger” against a rule where, according to the PP, Sánchez “bought” the Presidency of the Government by “changing votes with impunity” to a “caste” of Catalan politicians.