The general coordinator of the PP, Elías Bendodo, challenged this Saturday the acting president of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, to answer with a clear “yes or no” to two questions: “Will you allow a referendum to obtain your investiture?” binding in Catalonia? “Are you going to approve an amnesty law that allows those who carried out that coup d’état to get away?”
The popular ones are convinced that the socialist “will deny it like the pardons and as he said that he was not going to reduce embezzlement or eliminate sedition and he did the opposite” but, finally, “he will end up giving in everything that is necessary” to continue in the Moncloa Palace.
«If Spain has to be broken, it will break it. If amnesty must be given, it will be given. If he has to call the referendum, he will call it. All to stay seated in the Moncloa chair. And Spain will suffer that,” he lamented.
On the contrary, Bendodo has stated that the PP is not going to “market” with the Government because they are not “willing to sell Spain in exchange for obtaining the investiture.” The PP coordinator has defended the offer that Alberto Núñez Feijóo made to Sánchez last Thursday to allow him to govern for 4 years and sign 6 State pacts. “It would be a legislature to transform our country and to advance in the quality of democratic life, to take a step in democratic maturity,” he argued.
Faced with that, he has criticized that a new Executive led by Sánchez would be “a Government of 24 parties and it is not an exaggeration, because they are the PSOE, plus Sumar, which are 18 parties, plus the five parties between independentists, nationalists and sovereignists. And everyone asking.
Bendodo has defined this scenario as the revalidation of a “Frankenstein” Government in which “the price to pay is much higher than the one it has paid now.” Furthermore, he has considered that “a responsible president cannot allow the Magna Carta to be trampled and cannot allow those who have sown hatred and tragedy in many families to now laugh at the victims.”
For Bendodo, “Sanchismo has eliminated all the virtues of socialism, which it had” and has criticized that Sánchez “has eliminated the PSOE, which is now a personalist party in which everything is worship of the leader and whoever is against it is absolutely laminate”. Next, he underlined the “arrogance” of the acting president and reiterated that he did not call Feijóo to congratulate him on his victory in the general elections on July 23.
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