The general secretary of the PP, Cuca Gamarra, accused this Tuesday the acting head of the Executive, Pedro Sánchez, of “not having any kind of limitations” as, in his opinion, shown by the ‘number three’ of the PSOE, Santos Cerdán , traveled to Brussels to “kneel” and “humiliate” himself before the former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont. “In my view, without a doubt this is the photo of shame,” said Gamarra, when he arrived at Congress to attend the swearing in of the Constitution of Princess Leonor, when asked how he appreciated this meeting between Secretary. in the Organization of the PSOE, Santos Cerdán, and Carles Puigdemont in the offices that the Junts per Catalunya/Lliures per Europa deputies are in the European Parliament. According to Gamarra, in that photo you can see “how the submission of the Socialist Party, which could not sign or agree with Spain.” “If you do this to a fugitive from Justice, you must leave your country, because this is something you cannot do in your country,” he stressed.
The parliamentary spokesman for the Popular Group also indicated that “if there is anything left in the Socialist Party” what they should have seen is “how Puigdemont returned to Spain, obeyed Justice and was subject to the rule of law.” “But we’ve seen that Pedro Sánchez “It doesn’t have any kind of limits and it has the same limit,” he said, adding that if for that the PSOE had to “lower itself in such a way, then it will.” In his opinion, he did it “in front of a fugitive from Justice who humiliated him and made him kneel.” “But the Socialist Party did that and those who did that did it, not Spain,” emphasized Gamarra.
Likewise, the president of Vox, Santiago Abascal, spoke about the meeting of the PSOE and Puigdemont, accusing the Sánchez Government of “ready to trample” on the Magna Carta, while Princess Leonor swore to the Constitution this Tuesday in Congress. This is how Abascal reacted to the statements of journalists when he arrived at Congress for the swearing-in ceremony of the Constitution regarding the meeting between Cerdán and Puigdemont this Monday at the European Parliament. “Not even on a day like today that we contribute to hiding the truth or silencing the truth. And the truth is that while the Princess of Asturias swears the constitution, we suffer from a government in office that is ready to trample of this,” criticized the leader of Vox.
In turn, he mocked the PSOE for describing Puigdemont as ‘president’, “a fugitive from Justice”, describing as an “anecdote” the photo of a ballot box in the illegal referendum on October 1 that who’s in the room. met. «It seems like an anecdote to me, but a new proof of humiliation, the problem is not that the PSOE humiliates itself in front of Puigdemont, which is something frankly we do not pay attention to. The problem is the PSOE’s intention dishonored Spain and dishonored the institutions», censored by Abascal. In this regard, he accused the PSOE of “negotiating with what does not belong to it, with national sovereignty, with the Constitution and with the equality of Spanish before the law.” “And that’s really intolerable,” he said.
The leader of Vox also spoke about the sit-in of some ministers of Sumar and parliamentary partners of the Government, pointing out that it is “contradictory” that it is in princess swear the acting president of the Government, Pedro Sánchez. “Perhaps what is really contradictory here today is the presence of Pedro Sánchez, of an acting president and of some socialist representatives who are ready to stamp the constitution precisely when the future head of state is sworn in,” he stressed. And about the confirmation of the leader of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, in the demonstration against amnesty on November 18, Abascal said that he found it “surprising” and that he did not know if a joint photo would be possible. “I don’t even think that’s important,” he added.