Casado assures that the PP supports "all livestock" against Garzón's "communist interventionism"

The leader of the People’s Party, Paul Married, has requested this Friday the dismissal of the Minister of Consumption, Alberto Garzón, for his controversial statements about intensive livestock farming and the poorer quality of its products, while at the same time ensuring that his training “supports all livestock farming in Spain.”

Surrounded by cows from an extensive cattle farm in Navas del Marqués (Ávila), Casado has criticized that “there is no precedent” for a government that speaks “badly” of his country, as the communist minister did in an interview with the newspaper British The Guardian.

The leader of the popular He has defended the campaign that the party has launched on social networks under the slogan “More livestock, less communism” against “interventionism” and the “misery” of this ideology.

The video includes words from Sánchez defending a reduction in meat consumption and livestock farming with environmental and social value, despite the fact that the socialist sector of the coalition government has tried to neutralize Garzón’s words.

Casado has recalled that communism, the ideology defended by the Minister of Consumption, “is the ideology that has left more misery, more oppression and more death in Europe in the last century” and has stressed that he does not say that but “the archives of the USSR, China and Campoya».

“And the archives of Cuba will say so when we end 62 years of terror of a dictatorial regime, no matter how much Sánchez does not say it so as not to get angry with his communist ministers,” he added.

Casado has insisted on the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, to dismiss Garzón because if he does not do so he is “responsible” and “buys the theses” of the minister. For this reason, he has asked for “immediate responsibilities” because, in his opinion, “there is no precedent for a government that attacks” its own products and “speaks ill” of its country abroad.

He has also expressed his support for Spanish livestock. «I support all livestock in Spain, intensive, extensive, beef, pig. All livestock, because all livestock complies with strict food safety measures, “he said.

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