Sunday, September 24, 2023

Aznar considers the amnesty an act against the foundations of Spain and accuses the Government of being autocratic.

The former President of the Government, José María Aznar, reaffirmed his position on ETA terrorism and the Catalan independence movement, urging citizens to mobilize against the possible amnesty negotiated between the PSOE and the Catalan independence movement. party.

Aznar argues that Spain has reached a breaking point, where the idea of ​​an amnesty and holding consultations on self-determination is being considered. According to him, this amnesty is against the Constitution and is intended to be used to absolve the coups and weaken the constitutional system of Spain.

For Aznar, this amnesty will represent a destructive threat to the constitutional system and calls for the responsibility of citizens in this critical moment for Spain.

In addition, the former president responded to the accusations of the acting Government, which called him a coup leader, considering that these autocratic reactions are typical of an autocracy and regretted that attention was diverted from the important issue of possible re-issuance of a coalition-led government. by Pedro Sánchez.

Aznar rejected the possibility of new elections and did not share his party’s opinion that a government backed by pro-independence parties would be unstable.

He considered that Sánchez was not captured by the separatists, but in collusion with them, and criticized the majority that elected him as president of the Congress, referring to them as a “great coalition of losers.”

Aznar showed his willingness to participate in the event of the PP political party against the amnesty, which was called before the failed investiture of Alberto Núñez Feijóo.

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