The PP avoided evaluating the deputy’s resignation Xisco Cardona of the Vox Group out of “respect”, and emphasized that “there is no time” that they are considering including him in the Popular Parliamentary Group. This was shown by the representative spokesperson of the Popular Party in Parliament, Marga Duranafter Cardona announced this Thursday his resignation from the Vox Parliamentary Group and his internal party positions.
Cardona announced this Thursday that he is leaving Vox although he will continue to be his deputy. He became a non-attached deputy and he also denied that he intended to join the PP Parliamentary Group.
The former deputy of Vox confronted the leadership of his party for not approving the spending ceiling after the PP did not support the proposal of free choice of language in education.
Durán pointed out that his formation wanted to be “respectful” of the “internal situation that Vox is going through”, which is why he expressed his intention “not to check it”, because “they have not done it before, nor now. ”
Therefore, the deputy spokesperson of the PP limited himself to respecting the decision made by Cardona “clearly, personally.” “The PP also wants to clarify that there is no time to consider the inclusion of Cardona in the PP,” Durán has settled down.
For its part, Vox downplayed the departure of its deputy so far from the Balearic Islands Francisco José Cardona and attributed it to the normality of the evolution of the party, which Europa Press emphasized that they have more responsibilities in the administrations.
For his part, the general secretary of the Vox group in Congress, Jose Maria Figaredo, asked about this issue when he entered a conference against amnesty, he indicated that the departure of Cardona saddened him and, in the name of the party, he thanked the party for his services.