The president of the Government of Aragon and leader of the regional PP, Jorge Azcón, warned the PSOE that the Aragonese and the Spanish “We will not look the other way” and he assured: “We will go to the streets as many times as necessary.”
In statements to the media this Sunday, before participating in the protest called by the ‘popular’ in the Plaza de España in Madrid, under the motto In defense of the equality of the Spaniardsthe PP leader of Aragon defended that “There are reasons” for going out.
“Democracy is under attack, because the law of amnesty is a direct attack on the Spanish Constitution, like giving the Mayor of Pamplona to the heirs of terrorism, wanting to have first or second class autonomous communities and distinguish between good terrorists and bad terroristsit depends on whether they support Pedro Sánchez or not,” Azcón said.
In this sense, he stated: “We will not sit idle. We will not be silent”Although I understand that the PSOE wants us to look the other way, but we will tell the people of Aragon what happened to the Constitution, which belongs to everyone.”
Allusion to the Aragonese socialists
On the other hand, Azcón demanded, as he did in the event last Saturday in Zaragoza, with the PP mayors of the province, that the Aragonese socialists “speak”, from “Javier Lambán – general secretary of PSOE Aragón — to Maite Pérez – spokesperson of the parliamentary group of the regional Cortes -, who went through the Minister of Education, Vocational Training and Sports, Pilar Alegría.
“We want you to tell us if you believe there is good and bad terrorism; “if they believe that the amnesty benefits the autonomous community of Aragon and that the policies of Pedro Sánchez – President of the Government of Spain – make us Spaniards more equal or that the differences between the territories increase,” he said .
The PP-Aragón “We will go to the streets as many times as necessary and as many times as necessary to report it, because we take it very seriously”he added.
In his opinion, it is “undoubted” that the PSOE wants laws to distinguish between “good terrorism or bad terrorism”, thinking that if there are different types, those who support the socialists will avoid of punishments protected by amnesty law.
However, he emphasized: “In Spain, Those who should classify what terrorism is are the judgeslike any other democracy.” However, the legislative power that, “through the amnesty law, established that there is good and bad terrorism.”
He described this fact as “completely incomprehensible”, because terrorism, “in essence, means an attack on human rights.”