The PP leader and candidate for the Presidency of the Government, Alberto Núñez Feijóodefended that He may have enough votes to be inaugurated but he has made it clear that he is not ready to pay the price demanded by the Catalan independentists. and accept the law amnesty which is none other than a “legal aberration” and that the majority of citizens do not support.
Feijóo started from the first time in his speech criticizing an amnesty law, explaining what distinguishes him as a candidate from the acting president and socialist leader, Pedro Sánchez, and criticizing what he is willing to do to continue another four years in La Moncloa.
Endless, not even the president of the Government, “justifies the means”the leader of the PP defended, making sure that he is a man of “principles, limits and words” and therefore he is not “ready to abandon the equality of the Spaniards and all that we share”, going through the “hoop” that the independentists want to impose “against the general interest” and “betraying the trust” of the 8 million Spaniards who voted for him.
“I have the votes that I can become president of the Government but I will not accept to pay the price they ask of me,” said Feijóo, after defending that the former Catalan president and leader of the Junts, Carles Puigdemont, all his wants to be “an ally of the president in his efforts” and that “he does not care if that president is from the PP or the PSOE.”
“He offered us the same thing,” he assured, stressing that the difference lies in the “integrity of the two possible candidates who can answer him”, that is, him and Sánchez.
“The FAITHFULNESS self and responsibility for others is a value, even if there are those who underestimate them,” he said, urging Sánchez to remember and make sure that this is something that the former president of the Government and the former general PSOE secretary.
“All our predecessors would have said the same thing,” he said, because “what the independence movement is proposing is a legal aberration” and constitutes a “direct attack on essential democratic values.” Therefore, he criticized that “giving those who put our society at serious risk privileges that are denied to other Spaniards violates the principle of equality” and warned that “the denial of any effect of judicial resolutions that punishes these serious attitudes. breaks down the separation of powers.”
DEFEND THE WORD OF THE KING IN 3-O
Likewise, he continued his argument against the amnesty law, “the refusal to defend the broken legality carried out by the State Security Forces and Corps weakens them.” Likewise, Feijóo emphasized, “The intervention of the King in 2017 will also be discussed”, referring to the speech given by the monarch on October 3 criticizing the independence referendum in Catalonia.
“All this will be done without any deep conviction behind it,” said Feijóo, stressing that the only reason is “one’s parliamentary state of necessity” and adding that “it will be done without a counterpart to all Spanish people”.
“Give it in exchange for nothing,” he stressed, stressing that it was “false” that this was done in favor of coexistence. “It will be given even though the secessionist parties have declared that they will repeat their challenge,” he added, defending that no Democrat, or at least he, can “defend serving it on a plate.”
Therefore, it chose to include in the Penal Code “a crime of disloyalty to the constitution, as is the case in all countries around us” and once again punish “the crime of embezzlement according to its severity.”
DEFENSE OF THE CONSTITUTION AND THE TRANSITION
Feijóo also made a passionate defense of the Constitution and the Transition from which it originated. The PP leader emphasized that the “Magna Carta is the birth certificate of democratic Spain, as well as the foundation of our progress through the autonomous system.”
For this reason, he said that he does not agree that “this text can be avoided through subterfuges that despise the efforts of our constituents” and that the Constitution can be “contradicted by decisions that eliminate a stroke of equality for all who are Spaniards.”
Accordingly, he clarified that “it is neither legally nor ethically acceptable” to consider amnesty, self-determination, or “analogous or equivalent formulas.” “Outside the Constitution, there is no democracy,” Feijóo declared.
“There are those who deny the Transition,” he said at another point in his speech, explaining that what he wanted was to vindicate it and “take back its validity.” “This is the best thing we’ve done because we did it together,” he said, warning that “divided we cannot achieve something better.”
PP’S VICTORY IS CLAIMED
The leader of the PP also took the opportunity to vindicate his decision to submit to an investiture debate and to offer his “alternative” for Spain, recalling that his party won the election even though the PSOE “was not even a little good manners” wanted that and that when Felipe VI did the round of consultations with the parliamentary groups he presented the most support, 172, more than Sánchez said he could now “unless they hide it comes from the Spanish.”
This debate, said Feijóo, is a “logical consequence of the election results” and represents “democratic normality.” In his opinion, if the PSOE criticizes the fact that he attended the investiture despite not having the necessary votes, it is mainly because the investiture session “cuts his story” and “makes it difficult to consider the price et,c. pay to stay in power.
“This investiture session describes all of us,” said Feijóo, for now, and “in the future where we will all answer to the Spanish again.”
SÁNCHEZ IS DESCRIBED
“It describes those who came as a free candidate to fulfill their word to the voters and those who did not and will not do it. who “He did not do it nor will he do it. It describes those who put the common interest before personal ambition and those who do not and will not do so. It describes me and it describes you, Mr. Sánchez,” he emphasized.
The leader of the PP emphasized that “it is a lie that there is no other alternative” as the PSOE and Sánchez tried to explain it, and he reminded that he was the first president of the Government in 27 years to do so. cannot win an election, as is also the case that the “elimination of justice based on who committed a crime, promoting unconstitutional and immoral initiatives” enjoys the majority of citizens’ support.
As he emphasized, this option “does not even represent the majority of Catalans” because “non-independence voters are almost three times more than non-independence voters.” Only 5.5% of Spaniards spoke in favor of the independentist’s “decisive” while the rest did not give their “approval” for Bildu, ERC, and Junts to decide for all citizens.
“No one has a predetermined path, it is up to everyone to choose a route that consists in accepting what is imposed by a minority that knows it means continuing to divide Spain in two” or choose another where we are committed to promoting “the broad consensus that Spain needs”.