The leader of the PP, Alberto Nuñez Feijóo, promised this Thursday that he will defend “until the last consequences” equality, freedom and truth. The candidate of the PSOE in the investiture, Pedro Sánchez, whom he accused of bringing the Government of Spain “to the brink of the constitutional precipice” and now makes “a step forward” with the agreement of an amnesty law.
When the president of Extremadura, María Guardiola, was introduced in an informative meeting organized by Europa Press, Feijóo emphasized that he rejected blackmail while Sánchez “happily accepted it.” “I have established some limits; he does not recognize them,” he criticized, while predicting that Sánchez will say in his investiture debate “anything or its opposite with the sole aim of remaining as president of the Government.”
“If I had done what Sánchez would have done, I could not bear to see” the Spaniards, nor the “eleven million that I represent on the platform,” emphasized Feijóo, stressing that the PSOE leader “does not have right.” nor “agree to put us through what the Spaniards suffered.” “The social majority in Spain is the majority in favor of the rule of law, the equality of Spaniards and against the privileges of a political minority,” he added in his announcement.
Feijóo criticized that this week “the birthday of the future head of state was used to cover an unworthy decision” such as the amnesty law agreed by the independents. “And the worst thing is that we know that in the next hours or minutes, or maybe now, he can outdo himself again with even more anger,” he teased. “After bringing the Government of Spain to the brink of the constitutional precipice, Sánchez decided to take a step forward” with the amnesty law, criticized the president of the PP, stressing that the agreement “will never exist if it not for Sánchez nor need.” “It’s not the general interest, it’s their exclusive particular interest.”
Feijóo pointed out how, until a few hours before the 23J, the day of the general election, the PSOE leader even said that an amnesty would not happen in any case “because it is immoral and unconstitutional.” However, “his word is worthless and he is willing to do anything to stay in power.” “Sánchez is useful to the independence movement and its ultimate destiny, which is to humiliate Spain and, thus, continue to weaken the country.” In addition, he emphasized that this agreement agreed with Puigdemont, “not the general interest but his exclusive private interest”, a rule that the PSOE, he recalled, hid from the Spanish and also from the voters where “they will turn away. the Supreme Court to a restrainer.” and it will be a blow to judicial independence.” In addition, “it will undermine the State’s autonomy by increasing the privileges of a minority, it will destroy the equality of all Spaniards and it will legitimize the discourse of freedom to be strengthened to once again challenge the State.”