Pablo Casado began his speech by stating that “Spain hurts me” and accusing Pedro Sánchez that “either you are a liar, or you take us for fools.” The opposition leader snapped at the Prime Minister that “the dialogue table that he resumed yesterday is an insult to all Spaniards,” he stated in reference to Tuesday’s interview in La Moncloa with the President of the Generalitat, Pere Aragonés.

Noting the demands of the independence government, Casado added: “Amnesty only fits after dictatorships and self-determination is only allowed in colonized territories, according to the United Nations. For you, Spain is a dictatorship and Catalonia is a colony?” rhetorically interrogated the chief executive.

Married, in addition, he announced that the PP has already presented an appeal to the Supreme Court (TS) against the grace measure granted to Oriol Junqueras and the rest of the pro-independence leaders convicted of sedition. The popular leader warned the secretary general of the PSOE that the granting of these pardons “is a minefield from which he will not emerge unscathed. The payment of these pardons will be his settlement as president and the epitaph of the constitutional PSOE” he affirmed, applauded by the popular bench.

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