The general secretary of Vox, Ignacio Garriga, criticized this Thursday that Spain is witnessing a moment of “extreme gravity” for coexistence, democracy and national unity and that the coup that took place in 2017 in Catalonia now happened “from Moncloa In this context, he announced that his formation would seek action from regional governments, parliaments, and courts against what he described as a “historic attack” and called on the Spanish to mobilize.
“The PSOE has decided to end Spain,” said the leader of the party of Santiago Abascal in Catalonia during his appearance to examine the agreement reached between the socialists and the ERC for the investiture of Pedro Sánchez, which includes, among other things, an amnesty law, the transfer of Rodalie, and the cancellation of the debt of Catalonia. “He decided to end our rule of law, with the equality of all Spaniards, with the separation of powers, with our democracy,” said Garriga, who, for Sánchez and the party he leads, “has no moral or political limitations.”
The number two accusation of Vox wasn’t the head of the executive, who identified as going down in history as “the most corrupt president in the history of Spain,” who will leave as a legacy “the beating of the constitutional order and the indulgence of all kinds of criminals. In this way, he means the pardons of the coup plotters, the release of sex offenders with the law ‘yes only means yes’ or the money laundering of ETA, and now also of “separatist terrorism”, because it is already known that agreed amnesty law will include the defendants of the Tsunami Democratic and the CDR.
Garriga mocked the socialists Félix Bolaños and Salvador Illa, who appeared minutes before to report the agreement reached by the Catalan republics, for talking about coexistence or appealing to the normality of Catalonia. “They, separatism and the PSOE are the main people responsible for the fact that there is no political freedom in Catalonia,” he emphasized. He points to the demonic policies against Vox as the reason why, without further ado, this Thursday morning, a bomb threat to the headquarters of the party in Barcelona forced the building to be evacuated. As he has pointed out on other occasions, Garriga emphasized that the PSOE and the PSC are “the same separatist party.”
Abascal’s party, as reported in a statement, requested this afternoon the urgent convening of an extraordinary Council of Government of the autonomous communities of which it is part of the Executive to examine the measures that can be adopted to deal with the “coup” they desired. Pedro Sánchez and the separatist parties
Ox registered a complaint with the Supreme Court against Pedro Sánchez, the parliamentary spokesmen of PSOE and Unidas Podemos, the former Minister of Justice Juan Carlos Campo, and the leader of the ERC, Oriol Junqueras, for “conspiracy for rebellion.”Complaints that, because it was not accepted, they expanded a few weeks ago by filing a complaint in the High Court for “notorious facts” that confirm the roadmap that they criticized in that complaint and that aimed at “achieving the subversion of the constitution.”
On the other hand, this week they presented reforms to the Regulations of Congress and the Senate to try to meet, or at least try to delay, the plans of Pedro Sánchez. Both proposals ensure that legislative proposals registered in parliamentary groups supporting the government include mandatory reports, as they will be included when they are presented as bills.