“What is happening to the Spanish Socialist Workers’ Party in the last hours is a perfect mascletá, it is a perfect mess, it is a perfect explosion,” stressed the leader of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, this Friday in Albacete in relation to the corruption scandals that are breaking out to the PSOE of Pedro Sánchez in this closing of the 28M campaign. This includes the purchase of votes in Melilla (by members of the PSOE), Mójacar (Almería), the Canary Islands or Albuidete (Murcia), related here to drug trafficking, kidnapping in Maracena (Granada), irregular registration, fights, harassment… or the resignation of a socialist candidate in Valencia arrested on May 2 and linked to the Latin Kings, among other cases.
“It is unfortunate that the government party offers this example to the Spanish,” Feijóo pointed out at an electoral act in Albacete, the penultimate before the closure in Madrid and in which he has been accompanying the president of the PP of Castilla-La Mancha and candidate for the regional government, Paco Ñúñez, and his party’s candidate for City Hall, Manuel Serrano.
“The campaign began knowing that the members of Sánchez (Bildu) had 43 ETA members on their lists and that already seems prehistoric with everything that has happened since,” Feijóo has had an impact.
And along with this, he recalled that only two days ago there was an arrest for assault on number 2 of the PSOE in Santa Cruz de Tenerife. He has also referred to Sánchez’s partners in Melilla and the buying of votes, as well as the investigations and arrests in municipalities of Andalusia, Murcia and La Gomera. “And they ask us what it is to repeal Sanchismo!” exclaimed the president of the PP.
In addition, Feijóo has remarked that “the number two of the PSOE in Andalusia has been charged with a case of kidnapping at gunpoint” and that “the mayor and candidate of Galapagar has to go to trial for a case of workplace harassment.” And all this “cheapening corruption”, Feijóo has denounced in reference to the repeal of the crime of sedition and the reduction of the crime of embezzlement approved by the Sánchez government hand in hand with its separatist and pro-ETARra partners. “We are not going to accept it”, assured the head of the opposition, who has promised, when he arrives at La Moncloa, to “increase the penalties for corruption crimes so that no one puts their hand in the box and the ballot boxes” .
In this sense, Feijóo has stressed that “repealing sanchismo” is to govern with common sense, honesty and honesty for all and restore the “prestige to Spain.” It is “to defend democracy loud and clear, without keeping silent before anyone, and not accepting that anyone puts their hand in the votes”, he has emphasized, appealing for a massive vote on Sunday. “The sanchismo has to find out: democracy is not for sale, it is priceless and we are going to defend it on Sunday by voting,” he added.