You are currently viewing Vox demands Isabel Díaz Ayuso to close Telemadrid and repeal the LGTBI laws in exchange for her support for the legislature

He also urges the PP leader to “bravely” confront Sanchez so that there is an “orderly immigration”

Monastero with Ayuso’s chief of staff.EFE

Vox has confirmed that this Friday to allow the investiture of Isabel Daz Ayuso as president of the Community of Madrid with her votes in favor, but has already put a price on her parliamentary support for the rest of the legislature. Among the first demands made by Roco Monasterio is the closing of Telemadrid.

The group that the regional leader needs to be able to carry out her legislative initiatives includes the public chain, with a budget of 74 million euros per year, within what they consider “ineffective spending.” For this reason, they suggest that if it cannot be closed “immediately” that “its cost is reduced at least”.

In addition, Vox puts as a condition the repeal of the regional laws that protect the LGTBI collective, approved during the mandate of Cristina Cifuentes with the votes in favor of the PP. “They are gender laws typical of the most radical left (…). I dare to venture that their voters will thank them,” Monasterio told Ayuso.

Controversy over illegal immigration

In addition, the partner of the PP policy has told him that just as he is “brave” in the confrontation with the Pedro Sánchez Government in other matters, he is also so in that of “security” to demand a “orderly immigration” to avoid problems such as those generated by the “ore shipments” in the Parque del Oeste. “It is neither racism nor xenophobia, it is reality,” said the group’s spokeswoman.

In his speech, Monastery has attacked the deputy of United We Can Serigne Mbay, spokesman for the Manteros Union, for having arrived in the country in an irregular manner and being the representative of an illegal commercial activity, which has resulted in the first conflict of the legislature in the Madrid Assembly.

Mbay has asked to speak for allusions and has demanded that the Vox spokeswoman withdraw her words. “Racism does not fit in Spain and it does not fit in this Chamber, “he has argued, also arguing that he already has Spanish nationality.

In its response, Monasterio has said that “of course” it was not going to retract.

The president of the Madrid Assembly, Eugenia Carballedo, has then intervened to suggest to Monastery that it withdraw its words so that they do not appear in the diary of sessions, to which the deputy questioned has responded defiantly: “What exactly do you want me to withdraw?”

At the end the words of the Monastery will be incorporated into the minutes of the day.

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