Andrea Robero he traveled to Toledo with ‘El intermedia’. There, the journalist witnessed the call attended by the main parliamentary representatives of the Popular Party to set the course of the political course for the next electoral appointments. Ropero dedicated this coverage to launching some uncomfortable questions to the leaders of the blue formation.

Fernando Martinez-Maillo, Senator PP, was one of the first to respond to the La Sexta journalist’s questions. Andrea Ropero began this interview by pointing out that on the last occasion in which all the leaders of the Popular Party agreed, they were more tense, since it was “when they opened the door to Casado.” “Some opened it by themselves”Martínez-Maillo snapped at the reporter, trying to avoid this zasca.

“The motto of this conclave is ‘At the height of a great country’. Are you up to the political and social situation in this country?“, questioned the journalist. The senator ruled that, compared to the Government, his political formation is more than prepared. Given this response, Andrea Ropero wanted to address the successive refusals of the Popular Party to lower the electricity bill or free public transport.

Fernando Martínez-Maillo together with the journalist Andrea Ropero. (Atresmedia)

“We are making many proposals, but what the Government does is include issues that have little to do with many decrees. In this way they seek the trap of saying no to the decree as a whole, although you may be in favor of some measures“Fernando Martínez-Maillo justified.

Ropero also asked Javier Arenas about this new party motto. For the politician, his party is “up to par in everything, but above all in leadership.” After this statement, the journalist from La Sexta asked him a tough question: “Also on the issue of corruption?” This issue caused the PP senator to turn around and, with some sarcasm, thank you for that greeting first thing in the morning.

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Rafael Hernando also faced questions from Ropero, who again launched questions loaded with hints: “He says that they come to exchange ideas, Are they new strategic lines to continue saying no to everything?“, Questioned the journalist. “We have voted for many things yes, what we voted against is that government’s attempt to continually put its hand in the pocket of citizens,” replied the Popular Party senator.

Senator Rafael Hernando and journalist Andrea Ropero. (Atresmedia)

At Rafael Hernando’s insinuation, Andrea Ropero made a counter-reply with a new question, referring to this topic: “So, when Mr. Rajoy or Aznar raised taxes, was it also to make a fortune?”. “Much less, look at it,” answered Hernando bluntly. After this response, Andrea Ropero communicated a piece of information with which to break down the politician’s justifications: “Well, Mr. Rajoy has the record of having raised taxes more than forty times”. Hernando excused this action in the “brutal crisis” that his government had to face.

Ropero also tried to talk to Alberto Núñez Feijóo, but the current president of the Popular Party slipped away from the reporter’s questions. However, Cuca Gamarra did respond to Andrea Ropero’s questions. “He has accused the Government of making a fortune from tax collection. They have said it on several occasions. When the regional presidents of the Popular Party collect taxes, do they also make a fortune?” The reporter asked Gamarra.

The current spokesperson for the Popular Party tried to get away with this matter: “We are in a very difficult moment and there are presidents who are deciding to deflate the part of personal income tax that they canin order to collect less and the inhabitants of these autonomous communities can have greater purchasing power”. Although Andrea Ropero saw this action as incongruous and He asked the leader how they will finance education or public health, if they follow this strategy. Cuca Gamarra stressed that “it is perfectly possible”, although to explain this action, he focused on the poor performance of the Government in this same procedure.

Andrea Robero he traveled to Toledo with ‘El intermedia’. There, the journalist witnessed the call attended by the main parliamentary representatives of the Popular Party to set the course of the political course for the next electoral appointments. Ropero dedicated this coverage to launching some uncomfortable questions to the leaders of the blue formation.

Source: Elconfidencial

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