Once Pedro Sánchez defended the amnesty, his re-election to Congress one day This is what the PSOE believes, speculating that the investiture could be held between November 7 and 8. What Cuca Gamarrathis Monday, severe reaction: “The fact that the PSOE proposed the date shows how little shame it is. “It reminds me of dictatorships where it’s the leader’s party that says when to do things.”
In a press conference from Genoa, the number two member of the Popular Party criticized that he should be president of the Congress, Francina Armengol, without any kind of supervision, who set the day and time for the session. In Gamarra’s opinion, “that the PSOE is advancing when it wants” the Plenary to take place “is another symptom of the institutional deterioration” in which the country is collapsing.
The King ordered Pedro Sánchez to form a government almost a month ago, on October 3. Since then, the PP has demanded every moment that the president of the House does not delay. In popular leadership, they believe that legislative activity cannot be subject to the political “need” of a candidate. Because of this, this Monday, Gamarra made Armengol ugly again, who “must fix” the date of investiture.
Regarding the amnesty of those responsible for the process, the main condition for Sánchez’s investiture to be held and, above all, for it to continue, Gamarra announced that his party would continue “with the mobilization of the streets.” Because of this, he called on society to act “by land, sea, and air” to fight “what is outside the constitutional, moral, and ethical framework.”
This weekend, celebrities traveled to Malaga to protest, with 20,000 people, the negotiations between Sánchez and Puigdemont to tie the votes of the Junts to his investiture in exchange for the elimination of crimes in which the former president escaped justice. The next PP action against this move will take place this Sunday in Valencia.
(Pedro Sánchez sent a letter to the militants and asked them to support the amnesty: “This is the right path.”)
On the other hand, Gamarra pointed to the internal voting process opened by the PSOE so that the militants could control the investiture agreements of Sánchez: “The only consultation that is valid is one of the polls and not the theater of the bases of the PSOE”. In that sense, he emphasized that the results of the previous 23-J did not support amnesty: “What Pedro Sánchez already agreed with the independentists does not legitimize what has not been done in the polls.”
Regarding the standing ovation of PSOE staff, except Emiliano García-Page, for Sánchez when he confirmed this Saturday his intention to amnesty Puigdemont, Feijóo’s number two lamenSadly and shamefullyul way, the “socialist leaders stood up to applaud, surrendering 140 years of socialist history and accepting the blackmail and concessions they resisted in 2017.”