The president of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, joined this Friday in the speech of the president of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, and a wider sector of the party, in front of the migration crisis. All this follows the path of the extreme right which disqualifies the management of the Government and associates it with crime.
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Regarding immigrants, Feijóo assured that “the Government put them on planes and left them at bus stops in Spanish towns and cities” and did this “without talking to the authorities that will take care of them, which does not speak to the autonomous communities that have to take care of minors.”
In an interview with Canal Sur Radio, Feijóo chose to “return home.” And he said the Executive has created “a lot of tension with mayors and presidents” over immigration policies. He also accused the Executive of “massive improvisation and contradictions in the absence of immigration policy”.
Feijóo’s words come when the far-right sector of the Popular Party led by the president of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, admitted to the xenophobic discourse of the extreme right to attack the Government in office for the migration crisis experienced in the Canary Islands. within weeks.
The increase in the arrival of people from the coast of Africa to the islands accelerated and increased their migration to the Peninsula. And Vox took the opportunity, once again, to incite fear, suggest illegal measures and spread lies. The innovation is that part of the PP participates in launching inflammatory proclamations that identify migrants as a danger to “national security” or public health. And this Friday Feijóo joined that wave.