This Wednesday, the Popular Party accused the PSOE of “disgracing” itself and democracy after its “new transfer” to the Junts on the crimes of terrorism in the amnesty law. In addition, he emphasized that today’s socialists accept something that “only four days ago” he himself established as an “impassable red line.”
In particular, the PSOE, Sumar, ERC, Bildu, PNV, Junts per Catalunya and Podemos agreed to exclude terrorism crimes from the amnesty bill “as long as they have a clear and direct intention to cause serious violations of human rights,” which would allow amnesty. for the 12 members of the Committees for the Defense of the Republic (CDR) and the 10 indicted for the riots allegedly instigated by the ‘Democratic Tsunami’ investigated by the National Court.
The spokesman of the PP in Congress, Miguel Tellado, stated that they “once again witnessed a new transfer of the Socialist Party to the Junts.” In his opinion, a government that “protects terrorists and at the same time attacks judges has no place in a modern democracy” like Spain.
After confirming that the situation in Spain is “frankly dramatic,” Tellado emphasized that the executive of Pedro Sánchez “has become a real problem.” Because of this, he demanded that the PSOE “suspend” the processing of this proposed amnesty law, which he called a “historical error” for democracy.
The spokesman of the Popular Group of the Congress emphasized that it is “obvious that the Socialist Party has lost what little dignity it has left.” “And we must tell him that it is good. If there is one thing that we in Spain know what it is, it is terrorism, which we have suffered for a long time,” he stressed.
Tellado believes that “what the PSOE is doing is humiliating itself, but also humiliating” Spanish democracy, something “it has no right to.” “No one, absolutely no one, voted for the PSOE for this,” he declared.
After making sure that Spain “does not deserve a government that is ready to forgive, pardon, and amnesty terrorists in order to stay in power as long as possible,” he once again asked the PSOE to “stop” the processing of the amnesty law because it was a “big democratic mistake” for Spain.
“If he does not do it thinking about himself, he must do it thinking about Spanish democracy. This continuous humiliation, this permanent humiliation, cannot continue,” he explained, emphasizing that Junts “leads the way and the PSOE follows.”
According to Tellado, the PSOE does not have “red lines” because they themselves “pass them every day.” Therefore, he emphasized that what he now accepts “was criticized by the Socialist Party itself just four days ago and established as an insurmountable red line.”
“Hand over to fugitive.”
For his part, the general secretary of the PP, Cuca Gamarra, stated that “the amnesty for the crimes of terrorism with the final sentence was a red line for the PSOE a week ago.” “Now there is no red line for this illegal, unjust, and immoral amnesty,” he stressed.
Gamarra assured that this is the “payment” of the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, “for being in Moncloa.” “140 years of history to end the submission of the fugitive,” he said in a message on the “X” social network.
The PP also answered Vox about the pressure exerted by Santiago Abascal to use the majority that Feijóo has in the Senate and stop the processing of the amnesty law. Tellado explained that his party will process this rule when it reaches the Upper House and will use “all the resources” available to it “to paralyze and suspend the processing of the law.” “But we will do it from the law and only with the law at hand,” he declared insisting that the Popular Group “will not do anything outside the law.”