A massive PP event with the motto ‘For the equality of Spaniards’, Núñez Feijóo has been supported by all its regional presidents and former presidents Aznar and Rajoy. 65,000 people have attended this event according to the organization, 40,000 according to the Government Delegation.
The PNV warns: “Only those who keep the word given before can ask for support again later”
The PNV celebrated Alderdi Eguna this Sunday in Vitoria, the day of the nationalist party. His president, Andoni Ortuzar, has said that “democracy in Spain is bad” and that his party is willing to “contribute” to guarantee governability, but at this price.
Ortuzar has pointed out that one of the best demonstrations that this is so is that “it has been impossible in the last twenty years to be able to talk about the territorial model of the State, that it has been impossible to open the slightest debate on the national recognition of Euskadi or of Catalonia”.
Pedro Sánchez believes that the PP “boycotts itself”
The acting president of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, has accused the leader of the popular parties, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, of encouraging transfuguism before his inauguration plenary session. He assures that the PP “boycotts itself” with its demonstration this Sunday against the amnesty.
“Today they are demonstrating against a socialist government. Well, I’m sorry. There is going to be a socialist government!” he said in his speech at the Festa de la Rosa in Gavà, in Barcelona. The first secretary of the PSC, Salvador Illa, and the mayor Gemma Badia also participated in the event, which was attended by some 15,000 militants.
Sánchez has criticized that the opposition party “has been asking for elections every day for four years” and that, when they are held, “they ask for elections again.” He maintains that the Popular Party is going to an investiture “that even they do not believe in,” and added that neither the PP nor Feijóo have wanted to accept the result of the polls in the general elections on July 23.
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