The spokesperson for Más Madrid in the Assembly, Mónica García, has fought this Thursday a tough dialectical confrontation with the president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, whom she has accused of insulting all groups.
“I would ask you to immediately apologize to the women who have abortions and to the tenants whom you insulted yesterday,” the opposition leader began in the Madrid Assembly. “They are not the first nor the last, by the way.”
“Largest group in Spain”
“The people who queued in the hunger queues were kept subsidized,” García continued to enumerate. “The toilets are thieves and boycotters. We environmentalists want to go back to the caves. The rest of the communities were useless because they did not know how to live the Madrilenian in the middle of a pandemic. .
“And a long list of insults with unions, progressives, LGTBI groups, feminists, presidents, popes, … The largest group in Spain is doing: the people insulted by Ayuso.”
Monica Garcia has also addressed the Madrid president to tell her that if it were a medical prescription her prescription would be “nowhere” and has regretted that from this party they want to “destroy” the region.
“His government has nothing as a political flag. To rebuild the battered health care, nothing; to end the housing problem, nothing; combat climate change, nothing; to combat hate speech, nothing; for the future of young people. and families, nothing; for an innovative and cutting-edge Community, nothing. If you were a doctor, your prescription would be this, nothing “, he reproached him.
Long live Spain!
At this point, he has asked Ayuso to apologize “for insulting the women who abort and the tenants” and has insisted that the homeland “are the discreet daily daily parades of the people they care for.” That is why we do not have any I bluntly say Long live Spain and long live public health! “.
In her turn to speak, the president has asked her for a “little bit of respect” when García is the first “to point at the opposition at gunpoint” while continuing to “insult the Community of Madrid.” “They want to make an economic destruction in the Community,” he has snapped.
Díaz Ayuso has argued that he has gone “from the slogan of the independentistas of ‘Spain robs us’, which was a farce, to actually rob Madrid”. “Is that socialism? Indeed,” he has launched.
This has been stated in the Plenary of the Madrid Assembly, in a rude question of control in which he has answered the PSOE spokesperson, Hana Jalloul. The socialist has accused him of “doing nothing” in terms of housing and has criticized that the regional Executive “only intends to benefit vulture funds and sell them the little public housing that exists.” In his opinion, they only understand “to confront the central government.”
Termination of duties
“They tell me that socialism is equality and it turns out that equality will be trying to raise taxes on the middle classes and companies in Madrid,” the Madrid leader replied. Next, he has ugly that the PSOE of Madrid makes “abandonment of functions”. He has also criticized that they have “stopped representing the Community to represent their bosses in La Moncloa.”
“Is capitalizing Madrid socialism, is it equality? Well, it is socialism but it is not equality.” He then asked again, with an affirmative answer to the term, if the Government of Spain raises its salary by 2% when they are creating “so much pain and so much misery” is socialism.
In addition, Ayuso has stressed that Madrid contributes to “the common fund of all Spaniards three times more than Catalonia and in the funds it will receive half”.