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The External subjects ministerJosé Manuel Albares, has demanded this Monday the president of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, to “disavow” the president of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, after insinuating that Pedro Sánchez is an “authoritarian” president in the style of Daniel Ortega in Nicaragua .

In an intervention in the ‘Premium Forum of Diario de Avisos’, he has even warned him that he will end up “fagocited” like the former president of the party, Pablo Casado, if he does not do so and “allows” the techniques that were used against him because “he is demonstrating who rules in the PP”.

He has said that he requested the images of Ayuso because “he did not believe” his statements that “deeply” outrage him given that they follow the “path of Trumpism” and that of “muddying political life” at a time of international difficulty and uncertainty.

For Albares, “not everything goes” and “a democratic president cannot be compared with other regimes” or “stress” citizens in this way.

Along these lines, he has said that it is “unacceptable” to wield that “pejorative and out of place” opinion that tries to “confront the Spanish” when the European and Atlantic allies work “for unity”.

The minister has defended that “this path leads to catastrophe” and has influenced the PP “it is not up to the historic moment” that the planet is experiencing because it takes advantage of its “trips to Brussels to criticize the Government”. “From a party that is part of the government I would expect a sense of state but I have not found it,” he added.

Source: Diariodeavisos

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