The president of the Junta de Andalucía and the Popular Party of Andalusia, Juanma Moreno, attended the concentration organized by the PP at the regional level against Amnesty Law. In his statements, he expressed his rejection of the bill that must be approved by Congress in the coming days.
“We are 48 hours away from launching one of the most complex and disruptive initiatives in our equality model, the 1978 Constitution. “This is a suit tailored to those who escaped, to those condemned by the needs that Sánchez must remain in power,” said the Andalusian president, who recalled that the PSOE itself only a few months ago said that this law was “unconstitutional.”
Asked if the pro-independence street mobilization could have committed a crime of terrorism, Moreno recalled that “Sánchez himself, in his statements, talked about terrorism before saying that »I am not a judge, nor am I an investigator, nor am I a police officer« to argue that »I have read the evidence of the police and the evidence from the judge himself where he clearly said terrorism.”.
The Andalusian president continued by arguing that “what is not possible is good terrorism and bad terrorism because terrorism is always bad because it aims to create terror in society as small groups of freedom movements occupy essential infrastructure such as the airport or create fear in the streets.”
The Andalusian president pointed to the behavior of the PSOE to describe “the lack of that socialist party that I know, respect, and admire from the eighties” after awakening that it is a party “that protects the state, our country, the distribution of wealth, unity between territories, and the democracy,” before concluding that »now it does not exist.”. “He is humiliated and trampled every day by Mr. Puigdemont, and there is no kind of reaction from Sánchez or his ministers,” he concluded.