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This Thursday, Bertín Osborne premiered the new season of My house is yours, his interview format, and he did it with the help of Isabel Díaz Ayuso. Although the presenter commented at first that he was looking to find the most personal and unknown profile of politics, the president of the Community of Madrid spoke, how could it be otherwise, of the turbulent political panorama.

In the spectrum of the rights, the singer wanted to know the differences that the Popular Party had with Vox. First of all, Ayuso pointed out that both had things in common and that he had decided to focus on them to build, something that, as he reflected, could be behind his electoral success.

Afterwards, he said without hesitation that Vox was not far right Well, even if some of its members had certain ideas that led to the extreme, it should not be generalized, since in many of its politicians that she had known over the years it was not like that.

“I represent a different center-right. Vox says that we must end the state of autonomies, I think not; I do believe in the European project and I do not believe in the debate on weapons … regardless of whether your property is yours, you cannot mistreat a minor or a woman in it“, he recapitulated on the differences between his party and the one chaired by Santiago Abascal.

“Podemos is the cancer of politics”

His tone changed radically when he spoke of Podemos. The regional president assured that the purple party is indeed the extreme left, since it considers that it seeks delegitimize institutions, impoverish, ration cards, expropriation, the end of the private sector, breaking the coexistence, expropriation, dividing, delegitimizing the institutions … and cited as an example the policies applied in Cuba, Venezuela or Nicaragua.

Not that this is extreme, it is cancer. And then there is Vox with his things. They do not always debate well, they make mistakes sometimes, but that does not mean that others are self-conscious. I defend a more cheerful right, which is understood, “he concluded.


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