In the Andalusian PP (PP-A) are amazed by the fact that the PSOEwithout having yet apologized for the ‘ERE case’I’m already cooking the controversial pardon of former socialist president sentenced to six years in prison, Jose Antonio Griñán. In this sense, Toni Martín, popular spokesperson in the community, has condemned that the socialists continue “without asking for forgiveness” while preparing “the ground to grant pardon” to Griñán.
For Martínthe recent declarations of several socialist leaders and even members of the Executive of Pedro Sánchez make it clear that “the Socialist Party is cooking the pardon to Jose Antonio Grignan and Manuel Chaves As if they were lentils». “But they are not lentils that we Andalusians have to eat, it is an insult to Andalusia,” he said in a statement.
Thus, it has considered that the honorability that is at stake «is not that of Chaves and Griñánbut that of the millions of Andalusians who are attending, astonished, this attempt to pardon people what are they condemned for justice after having fraudulently used millions of euros that belonged to the unemployed Andalusians, and that ended up in the hands of relatives and friends of Andalusian socialism».
In this sense, he referred to the position of the secretary general of the PSOE in Andalusia, Juan Espadasagainst the pardon that the family claims Jose Antonio Grinanby contravening the ethical code of its formation.
«swords he is that his shirt does not come up to his neck because he knows the enormous cost that it will have in the municipal and general elections to side with people condemned by the justice, “he said.
The parliamentary spokesman has urged the Socialists to say whether the former presidents of the Board convicted of “the biggest case of institutionalized corruption in the history of our country” will attend the first act, which will be held in Sevilla on Saturday, from the tour of the General Secretary of the PSOE and President of the Government, Pedro Sánchezwith a view to the next municipal ones, and that it will take place “after learning that the family of José Antonio Griñán has already formally requested a pardon.”
In his opinion, “what the PSOE once and for all is to condemn the case of the EREassume the huge and historic mistake they made when using the money of the unemployed Andalusians for their own benefit, and above all work to recover every last euro of this fraudulent case.