The President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, was interviewed this morning by Àngels Barceló and Josep Cuní in the Toresky studio of Radio Barcelona. Last night the king, Sánchez and the president of the Government, Pere Aragonès, met again in Barcelona at the ‘Mobile World Congress’ dinner. The presidents and Felipe VI have starred in the second photo after the pardons granted to the prisoners of the ‘procés’.
Pedro Sánchez has reproached the opposition for its performance in this time of a pandemic or the resistance of the PP to closing an agreement on the renewal of the CGPJ. “The PP is making the most furious opposition in Europe. It has questioned our democratic quality, it does not recognize the legitimacy of the Government,” he said.
The president has also charged the inks against the position of Citizens, ready now to support a possible motion of censure if the PP raises it. The parliamentary spokeswoman, Cuca Gamarra, has been blunt about this offer and has remade the idea because “the numbers do not give.” On the other hand, on the horizon if he plans a motion of censure by Vox for September as he did last year.
“It’s like every September a motion of no-confidence from the extreme right plays. It shows enormous frustration,” said Pedro Sánchez in the SER interview. “The public has not followed the PP, neither in Colón nor with the collection of signatures,” he added.
The president has said about the support of Ciudadanos for an eventual motion that the party led by Inés Arrimadas “will have to reevaluate its space within the Spanish political system.”
“If a party is or is classified as center and liberal, what makes little sense is that it only agrees with the right and with the extreme right. The case of Ciudadanos is unprecedented in Europe because there is no liberal party, at least I I do not know in Europe that it pacts with the right only and, above all, with the extreme right, as is the case in Andalusia and other parts of Spain. And this is the question: that we have an anachronism in terms of what liberalism represents or claims to represent. in our country. Nothing to do with what happens in other parts of Europe, “said Pedro Sánchez.
For his part, the general secretary of the Popular Party, Teodoro García Egea, was also in charge of responding this Sunday to Arrimadas’ proposal and has indicated that the motions of censure to President Sánchez, “are made avoiding breaking the regional government to give them to the PSOE and we can”. “The motions of censure to Sánchez are made avoiding handing over municipalities such as Murcia or breaking regional governments to give them to the PSOE and Podemos,” García Egea pointed out.