Felipe González and Pedro Sánchez, during the PSOE celebration ceremony.EFE
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The President of the Government and General Secretary of the PSOE, Pedro Snchez, has taken advantage of this Saturday the festivities that have been held in Seville to commemorate the victory of Felipe González in 1982 to charge against the PPafter the breakdown of negotiations to renew the General Council of the Judiciary (CGPJ).

In an event packed with displaced socialist militants in buses, but without the presence of referents such as Alfonso Guerra, Manuel Chaves and most of the socialist barons, Pedro Snchez has accused the PP of undermine democracy and coexistence for not complying with the Constitution, by not renewing the CGPJ, whose mandate has expired for almost four years.

“That the Constitution is shamelessly breached is the defeat of moderation and triumph of extremismit deteriorates democracy and coexistence”, he has launched the PP, led by Alberto Nez Feijo, due to the lack of agreement to renew organs of the Judicial Power, as established by the Magna Carta.

Though Philip Gonzalez has thrown some darts at the organizers of the event due to the absence of Alfonso Guerra, if has thrown a cloak to Pedro Sánchez in relation to the renewal of the CGPJ. Thus, he stressed that when you don’t like a law “you have the right to change it, but first you comply with it and then propose that it be changed.” for stabilize democracy“, he remarked, in reference to the maneuvers of the PP.

Meanwhile, Pedro Sánchez has defended that the PSOE is a party “free of any pressure group”, as opposed to the PP and “those powers that have trapped other parties”. The PSOE is “autonomous” and complies “to the letter” with the Constitutionboth in power and in the opposition, he said, again alluding to the breakdown of the negotiation to renew the CGPJ.

“The PSOE is a project for change, a party free from any pressure group, no matter how powerful it may be,” said Sánchez, who has defended that his formation will “defend and will only serve the social majority of Spain and never to a privileged minority.

Source: www.elmundo.es

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