This is what the PP explained in the demonstration this Sunday in Madrid against the pacts in the office and no stenographers in the executive with the independentistas. A call was attended by more than 70,000 people, according to this exercise. A small group of 45,000 attendees were targeted by the government delegation. A war of numbers is already known, because this is the fourth mobilization made by those from Feijóo since last autumn against this behavior. The largest took place on November 18, when about 170,000 people took to the streets, according to data from the government delegation.
The call this Sunday came when there are almost 48 hours left for the amnesty law to pass its final process in the Congress of Deputies and serves to lay the future foundations and charges against those who “sell Spain,” since, at this point, nothing can be done to stop the Executive and its partners. But that did not dampen the spirit; far from it, throughout the morning the typical chants of “Puigdemont, in prison!” and “no amnesty” or “Spain, united, will never be defeated” were sung.
The mayor of Madrid, José Luis Martínez Almeida, the president of the community, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, and the leader of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, loaded their artillery against the president of the government, Pedro Sánchez, whom they accused of “selling his own, selling the PSOE, and selling Spain” because of “greed” and with the sole aim of remaining in the Presidency of the Government.
They were not the only ones present, but the entire PP staff. In the front row, you can see the former presidents of the government, José María Aznar and Mariano Rajoy. Most of the PP territorial barons also attended, including the aforementioned Isabel Díaz Ayuso, Juanma Moreno, Carlos Mazón, Marga Prohens, Jorge Azcón, María Guardiola, and Fernando López-Miras.
“Sell himself, sell PSOE and sell Spain.”
The speech of the PP leader was filled with insults and attacks against an executive who does not think about the citizens and against a president of the government, Pedro Sánchez, who “will go down in history because of his lies, because of his greed. Because of selling himself. , for selling PSOE, and for selling Spain.”. And just two days before the controversial amnesty law was approved, Feijóo insisted that “no Spaniard, regardless of their vote, deserves to be condemned for political, economic, and moral hardship.” In the same way, he assured that sooner or later they would restore true equality between citizens. A similarity that includes “changing a Spain that they want to subject to the interests of one person (Carles Puigdemont) for another that thinks of the majority sentiment.”
So, amid chants of “Spain is united; it will never be defeated!” the PP leader reinforced his speech. “Let the minorities not rule us; let them not lie to our faces every day. All Spaniards have the right to decide our future,” said Núñez Feijóo, after criticizing the government for selling to some. In these lines, his speech grew: “They can do anything. They want to divide us; they will pay whatever is necessary; they will insult us; they will manipulate. are tricks they will avoid the right they will give them.” fall into it.”
Díaz Ayuso also lowered the head of the executive: “That’s Sánchez; he criminalized normal life and normalized crime because they agreed with crime.” And he declared that “Sanchez’s fortress is a fortress that grows as his project shrinks.” Without forgetting, according to the president of Madrid, the march of the socialist party of “intellectuals and candidates who won the election.” He also emphasized that Sánchez is committed to “overturning the values, the culture of lies, discretion, and theft,” and criticized that people talk about “good terrorism” because they want to confuse “vandalism with terrorism.”