The leader of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, promised this Monday “strength” in the face of the “big fraud” intended by the acting president of the Government and candidate for investiture, Pedro Sánchez, in his negotiations with the independentists. In fact, it is asked what the Spanish democracy has gained in the “resistance” that the PSOE leader can seal to continue in La Moncloa.
Feijóo presented the president of the Balearic Islands, Marga Prohens, at a breakfast briefing by Europa Press, which was attended by the president of the Senate, Pedro Rollán, the mayor of Madrid, José Luis Martínez-Almeida, and several members of the leadership of the PP like Cuca Gamarra, Elías Bendodo or Miguel Tellado.
There, the PP leader assured that Spain is experiencing an “anomaly”, starting with the fact that the “populist left coalition” is part of the country’s Government. In the same way, he stressed that it is an “anomaly to agree with those who “want to break up the country” or for Bildu to be a “prop” of support for Sánchez’s investiture.
“Almost all” for the freedom movement
Feijóo promised “strength” in the face of Sánchez’s measures, especially if the citizens are “shocked” by what is happening, he guaranteed that the PP is a “strong” state party ready to “use the all the resources available to it. .” disposition to protect the country, the Constitution and the equality of citizens”.
The PP president stated that the Spaniards “deserve respect” because they did not vote on July 23 for amnesty. “What will Spanish democracy get from the surrender of Mr. Sánchez? Stability, legal security, a guarantee that the independence movement will accept the rules of the democratic game? Without that, the independence movement will get almost everything and not Spain.”
The horizon is similar to that of the Balkans
The PP president defended that “there is no formula superior to the autonomous one that can guarantee diversity and equality at the same time.” “Spain organizes its diversity by moving away from centralism and nationalism that lead us towards the Middle Ages or towards a horizon similar to the Balkans,” he said. So Feijóo made a strong defense of the “kind and egalitarian autonomy that won in Spain at the hands of leaders like Marga Prohens.” “It is this autonomy based on equality and kindness that we want to question today,” lamented the leader of the party that won the general election.
Therefore, the president of the popular party insisted that Spain experienced “an anomaly” due to the fact that the candidate for the president of the Government “submitted to legal arbitrariness” such as amnesty, as well as “an unconstitutional issue .” like the referendum, “and it also goes through the checkout” considering the “economic privileges paid for by others and used by others.”
He insisted that “the price that Sánchez is willing to pay to the Junts and ERC violates the principle of equality and the price that he is willing to pay to Bildu ends the dignity that always has to fight in Spain against any terrorist action” , something that, he said, “doesn’t fit” in European countries.