The President of the Canary Islands, Angel Victor Torres, has avoided putting his hand on fire this Saturday for all his candidates in the municipal and regional elections on May 28. before eventual future imputations in relation to the mediator case of corruption in the Canarian PSOE. A few days ago he and Pedro Sanchez they concluded that the plot would cause them enormous damage at the polls.
When asked by OKDIARIO if he “puts his hand in the fire for all the candidates that no one is going to be dotted by the mediating case”, upon his arrival at the Federal Committee of the PSOE in Ferraz, Torres replied: “So I put my hand in the fire is because When a case of corruption is detected in the PSOE, who is allegedly corrupt is removedalthough in other organizations those who are separated are those who denounce corruption ».
The socialist leader He has thus refused to stand up for all his colleagues despite the fact that he assured the federal leadership that he would do “a total cleaning” in the lists so that no subsequent charges appear. There are strong indications that some of his candidates, especially for the municipal elections, could have participated in the plot.
It should be remembered that the PSOE gave the option of resigning or suing all those who were pointed out. Most opted for the second to thus guarantee a place on the lists.
Ángel Víctor Torres, given the attitude of some members of the plot such as the former Canarian deputy and presumed ringleader Juan Bernardo Fuentes Curbelo Tito Bernihas stated that in his “organization, which is against prostitution, there is no room for anyone who consumes it.”
Although, for the moment, the Canarian Socialists have only suspended Fuentes Curbelo from membership, but he has not been expelled from the party.
In this sense, the president of the Canarian autonomous government has defended “immediate action from the Government of the Canary Islands” since “after a year and two months of investigation there is no member of the Canarian government that is being investigated.” In addition, Ángel Víctor Torres has defended that they have “tracked all the ministries and there is no damage to the public treasury.” Thus, the socialist leader wanted to highlight the “absolute transparency” on this issue.