The former president of the Government Felipe González has been shown against Pedro Sánchez may pardon to the Catalan independence leaders. “Under these conditions, I would not do the pardon,” said the former socialist leader.
In an interview in The Hormiguero of Antena 3, Felipe González has said that “if I had to answer simply and simply, under these conditions I would not do the pardon.” “I repeat, in these conditions I would not do the pardon,” he stressed.
On the Spanish Constitution, González has defined it, unlike the North American, as “not militant”, that is to say, “that does not declare enemies, although there are people who are against”. “Therefore, when swearing, Kamala Harris not only promised to comply with and enforce the Constitution of state United, but also to defend it against all its enemies, “he added.
In this sense, the former president has indicated that “although the Spanish is not a militant constitution, what the Magna Carta does not admit is that” no one unilaterally break the rules of the game“.” If you want to change it you have the right, going through the procedure. If he breaks it by force he has no right, “he said.
“With the pardon, the problem is not if they repent, but if they are willing to respect current legislation,” he said. “When someone is unfair, I don’t want them to go to jail, what I don’t want is for them to take on the responsibility that allows them to be unfair.”
During his intervention in the program of Pablo Motorcycles, González has tried to remember, with a snort included, when was the last time he spoke with Pedro Sánchez. “Since the motion of censure against Rajoy, from then until now” he has not spoken with Sánchez, González acknowledged, although he has admitted that during “the formation of the last government there was a communication, not direct, so that we could meet, although it was not possible “finally.
With whom he did speak, about the independence challenge, it was with Mariano Rajoy. For González, the drift in Catalonia had one last opportunity to cut itself when on September 6 and 7, 2017 the Parliament approved the so-called disconnection laws, something that he explained that he has commented with the former president of the Government on that date, Mariano Rajoy.
“It was the last opportunity to say that disloyalty to the rules of the game is paid,” he added before considering that politics should have been put before justice. González has acknowledged that he has not spoken with Pedro Sánchez since the current leader of the PSOE presented the motion of censure against Rajoy in 2018.
“Orphan of representation”
Likewise, Felipe González has assured that although he is from the “PSOE whatever happens”, he currently feels “representation orphan”, referring to political leaders of all stripes, while he has said that he is “horrified by the politics of blocs.”
However, he has said that in the last Madrid elections he voted for Angel Gabilondo. “I voted for Gabilondo and, by the way, he knows it,” he said.