The general secretary of the PP, Cuca Gamarraresponded this Friday to the President of the Government, Pedro Sanchezthat the reality of Spanish society, “the one that does not wear a tie”, is that it lives more impoverished under the “slab” of an inflation that squeezes them when refueling, putting on the air conditioning or doing the shopping.
Gamarra, who is also a spokesperson for the PP in Congress, has thus responded in a press conference to the balance of Sánchez’s political course, which has announced this Friday a plan for energy savings and efficiency and has invited Spaniards not to wear a tie when not needed.
“There has been neither a hint of self-criticism nor a purpose of amendment in view of policies that do not work and that make Spaniards today almost 11 percent poorer than they were a year ago,” Gamarra said. on the balance of the president, whom he has defined as the bad student who after a “disastrous course” try to “look for culprits elsewhere.”
“We don’t really know what country you live in, but what is clear is that it is not in this one. It seems that he meets too many people with ties, but he does not step on the street and he should go out a little more from Moncloa to soak up the harsh reality that millions of Spaniards are experiencing”, Gamarra recommended to Sánchez after listening to a speech at the that in his opinion “there has not been even a hint of self-criticism.”
But the figure of 10.8% inflation in the month of July, Gamarra said, is the “hammer blow” that should lower the president to reality.
The general secretary of the PP has preferred not to comment on the measures announced by the Prime Minister for energy saving and efficiency. “What is clear is that the latest measures (…) have not achieved the effect that was said they were going to achieve and that today there are Spaniards who are paying more on their electricity bill”, she assured.
“It impoverishes everyone”
The PP, in the mouth of its spokesman in Congress, has reiterated that Sánchez’s economic policy “it is impoverishing everyone” and has invited the president to apply an economic efficiency measure before going on vacation: “Let him start reducing his government and thus all Spaniards will have a little less to pay.”
According to the main opposition party, Sánchez does not stop raising revenues and does not take a single measure to reduce a government that has 22 ministries and more than 800 advisers.
On the other hand, Gamarra has questioned the agreements reached by Sánchez with the Government of the Generalitat, which guarantee, he says, “free access to the independentists to continue attacks on the State, without fear that the law and justice will act.”
“If you are a partner of Pedro Sánchez, the law does not apply to you,” said Gamarra, who believes that the chief executive has consummated “contempt” once again for the Spanish language.