The Socialist Veteran Alfonso Guerra, who was vice president of the Government with Felipe González, said today in Alicante that there are “those who boo a president and applaud a goat. Each one chooses who best represents him.
The President of the Government, the socialist Pedro Sánchez, received a monumental whistle on his arrival at the parade, in Madrid, on October 12, the Day of the National Holiday. His departure did not go unnoticed either. AND Sánchez received a thunderous whistle from the attendees. The boos and whistles at Sánchez were permanent.
Those boos and whistles to Sánchez were today the subject of comment. In Alicante, the presence of the former vice president of the Government with Felipe González, Alfonso Guerra, made it possible to assess the opinion of the veteran politician about those whistles and boos to Sánchez. Guerra has been direct and has not left anyone indifferent: “you have to put things in their place. There are some people who boo a Prime Minister and applaud a goat. That’s the truth. The same as they boo a president, they applaud a goat. Each one chooses who best represents him».
Alfonso Guerra has attended today, in Alicante, the tribute, promoted by the president of the Alicante Provincial Council, the popular Carlos Mazón, to the former president of the Alicante Provincial Council, the socialist Antonio Fernández Valenzuela. A whole personality in the province, who later also presided over the Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Navigation. Thus, the act has brought together both politicians from the Popular Party, as well as socialists and other people from the world of Business and the Economy, as well as relatives of Fernández Valenzuela in an emotional tribute full of affection and that has agreed rival politicians on a day-to-day basis.
Alfonso Guerra, to whom he had a great friendship with Fernández Valenzuela, stressed that it is not usual that, in the world of politics, neighborhood associations, the Provincial Council, unanimously by all political groups, and other entities join the idea of paying homage to someone who was very committed to political life. Guerra has stressed that in the current situation of “polarization” Antonio Fernández Valenzuela represents the understanding of all political groups is “something exceptional and that opens up a bit of hope.”