‘Four a day’ has put on the table the boos that Pedro Sánchez received this Tuesday in the traditional parade on October 12. Insults such as “squatter” or “parasite”, as well as slogans in favor of King Felipe VI or Isabel Díaz Ayuso, they politicized the act for the Columbus Day. Joaquín Prat has been very critical of the reading of these cries made this Wednesday by the representatives of the main parties during the session of control of the Government in the Congress of Deputies.
The Cuatro program has broadcast, among others, the intervention of Pablo Casado, who from the podium has remarked to the Prime Minister that “yesterday we heard what the street says about him” and that in the Popular Party “they are not catastrophic” valuing the mandate of Sánchez. After seeing the video, the presenter of the evening space lamented the lack of understanding that exists between the formations.
Joaquín Prat, outraged: “What limits have we reached?”
“I will only say one thing. What seems to me a catastrophe for democracy is that our political representatives they are not able to exchange a few words, a few greetings, a certain cordiality between them on a day as important as October 12, “Prat began by saying, insisting that dialogue has been put aside:” They don’t know how to talk to each other. The leader of the opposition with the President of the Government, the President of the Community of Madrid with the President of the Government … “.
“To what limits have we reached? If we know that later, in private, they have their conversations and their little things”, the also host of ‘The Ana Rosa program’ has commented indignantly. “And, the boos, I have to say that I don’t like them. Especially on Hispanic Heritage Day. The X-ray of the street is very good for any other time,” Joaquín concluded before giving the floor to the collaborators .
Esther Palomera has emphasized “the seriousness of the characteristics of the insults” towards Pedro Sánchez and that “The strategy of the Spanish right is to question the legitimacy of the Government”. For his part, Carlos Cuesta has opined that what was said to the head of the Executive during the parade falls within “freedom of expression.”