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The ERC spokesman in Congress, Gabriel Rufián, has opined this Sunday that the Madrid rally against pardons for Catalan independence prisoners is “a kind of narcosala of the far right in which bad methadone is going to be distributed to those people. “

Rufián has made this statement during a talk-colloquium with the national spokesperson of the BNG, Ana Pontón, in Santiago, in which he has assured that this type of marches in the Madrid square will end up being “the manifestation of Vox, which is like the hooligan of the class that the rest follow“.

The Catalan politician has assured that unlike the last march in Colón “Citizens no longer exists” and he recalled a graffiti that was in Catalonia on the training that Inés Arrimadas currently leads: “Citizens do not exist, they are the banks.”

Rufian ha alerted to an “anomaly” which in his opinion occurs in Spain unlike in Europe with the right-wing parties with respect to the far-right.

“When in a countries German can rule the extreme right is stopped (Angela) Merkel, who maybe He is more of the right wing than Pablo Casado, but its roots are anti-fascist, “said Rufián, who concluded:” No one here doubts that if Casado and Arrimadas can reach La Moncloa with the support of Vox. It is not normal”.

For Ana Pontón (BNG) the image of the march in Colón, with the right “hooked” with the extreme right “xenophobic, macho and anti-Galician, not only anti-Catalan “contrasts with the one starring herself and the ERC spokesperson in Congress, who is committed to dialogue and political negotiation.

Galician politics has abounded in that the possible pardons to the independence prisoners of the process are “positive”, although it has encouraged us to see “beyond”, since “the Catalan conflict is political”.

“Everything that is to return to the political track and get out of the judicial loop, the key instrument of the right to block any possible advance is good news”, but we see beyond the pardons: “we bet on a dialogue that allows to unblock the political conflict “.


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