Miguel Tellado, deputy secretary of Organization of the PP, was giving his opinion on the political situation when he was called to order by RTVE journalist Silvia Intxaurrondo, who at that moment was interviewing him and who did not like Tellado’s words about Sánchez on public television .
The popular politician had said that “Sánchez is willing to prostitute democracy… in order to satisfy his ego and his own navel.”
Intxaurrondo quickly came to the defense of his boss and warned Tellado not to “use harsh expressions when referring to democratic rules,” to the perplexity of his interlocutor, who tried to respond “what is happening in our country is very thick”, although her voice overlaps with that of the political commissioner, who is not willing to tolerate criticism of Sánchez on her own channel.
.@SIntxaurrondo: «I am going to ask that we not use crude expressions when referring to democratic rules so that we can continue conducting this interview»@Mtelladof: «I’m sorry you don’t like my language. “What I say is that Sánchez attacks our democracy.” pic.twitter.com/K79L1zW5U7
— La Hora de La 1 (@LaHoraTVE) September 26, 2023
“Well, I’m sorry that you don’t like my expressions, what I’m telling you is that the acting president of the Government is attacking our own democracy,” Miguel Tellado defends himself, who does not give up defending himself when he has been questioned in his own interview.
The Government of the PSOE and Unidas Podemos, the political majority that controls the leadership of Spanish Radio Television (RTVE), rushed in July to execute a multimillion-dollar distribution of audiovisual contracts just three days before the general elections. They were awarded at the last meeting of the RTVE board of directors chaired by Elena Sánchez, the one chosen by Moncloa in September of last year to reinforce political control of RTVE. The maneuver twisted the legislation to provide extraordinary powers to those who, due to the way in which it was placed, without the approval of Congress, would not have been able to exercise executive functions.
Clara Grima, contributor to the evening program Las afternoons on RNE and presenter of the program Una Mathematician Comes to See You on TVE, made a forceful live argument in July in favor of Pedro Sánchez’s Executive, calling it “the best Government this country has ever had.” in times of democracy. “Let them pray that we continue to have this president, otherwise they will cry,” she warned the Spaniards. In addition, he attacked various private media outlets on the air, calling them “garbage.” After his words, the host of the program showed his support for this speech: “Hey, I subscribe to everything.” Something similar to what already happened during the special program for Pride, when a presenter already supported the Sánchez Government on the air.
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