Friday, September 29, 2023

Investiture negotiations, live | PP presents movements across Spain to force PSOE leaders to rule on amnesty | Spain

The PSOE’s parliamentary spokesperson, Patxi López, accused the PP of “inciting civil confrontation” by calling for an event in Madrid on September 24 to protest against amnesty for those accused of process, where the socialist leadership has not commented since former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont stated that it was one of the conditions for his party, Junts, to support an investiture. “While some of us are committed to working for coexistence, for harmony, and what we are doing is working, no one doubts that now Catalonia is much better than when it entered this Government, there are others in the PP which provoked civil unrest. It seems very good to me that they are against amnesty, that they are against freedom, but those calls, those appeals to the risk in which the integrity of Spain is, to the danger in which our democracy is, that “The lack of respect for the rule of law, all because of the socialists, that is: teaching the enemy and inciting confrontation, and all because of their own incompetence, because they cannot to have an answer, because they do not know what to do. in Catalonia,” he said. Lopez.

“A candidate appointed by the King for the investiture, Mr. Feijóo, who did nothing to achieve that investiture, except to waste all our time, called before his investiture a demonstration against of another candidate, Pedro Sánchez, who is not yet. designated candidate. How do you eat it? Because the demonstration called by the PP is not against amnesty, nor against self-determination, nor against freedom, it is against Pedro Sánchez and the PSOE,” criticized the PSOE parliamentary spokesperson.

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