The former socialist mayor of La Coruña, Paco Vazquezassured during his speech at the march against amnesty held this Sunday in Barcelona that any PSOE deputy who votes in favor of amnesty in Congress “will commit ideological perjury.”
It’s Vazquez mayor of La Coruña for 23 years, specifically, from 1983 to 2006. Likewise deputy of the upper house from the first election held after democracy until the year 2000. This president of the Spanish Federation of Municipalities and Provincess on two occasions, from 1991 to 1995 and from 2003 to 2006.
“They want to steal Catalonia from the Catalans, there is no conflict between Catalonia and the rest of Spain, what there is a dispute between the independents who want to impose their social model on the rest of the Catalans, ” he said during his speech that he gave, wearing suspenders in the color of FC Barcelona.
Nearly 300,000 people, according to the organization’s figures, gathered this morning in the main streets of Barcelona to demand that the acting President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, stop his attempt to negotiate an amnesty for of the leaders of the independence of the processes.
“The Spanish and the Catalans already We approve the Transitional amnesty when we reconcile with our own past, when we overcome the two Spains that now they want to impose again and we adopt self-determination, when free and legal, unlike the coup plotters, we voted for the referendum that approved the Constitution,” said the former mayor of La Coruña during his intervention.
Vázquez compared the current situation in Spain to other totalitarian regimes, such as Venezuela. “They want to make Venezuela out of Spain, this This is not a left versus right debate.it’s a debate of constitutionalists against madurists,” he argued.
The former councilor was very critical of Sánchez, stressing that the amnesty “only serves” for some to continue governing and for others to continue their goal of independence.
The march started around 12:05 on Passeig de Gràcia and Provença Street and advanced to Gran Vía, where the speeches were held. It was developed under the motto: ‘Not in my name. Neither amnesty, nor self-determination.’