The government of former President Mariano Rajoy has affirmed that the current executive of Pedro Sánchez is causing “division and polarization” among Spaniards, “the greatest that have existed in Spain since we went through the transition”.
It is said in the rally that the PP has organized today in Alcalá de Henares (Madrid), which was also attended by Isabel Díaz Ayuso, president of the PP of the Madrid Community and candidate for re-election on 28 May. and Judith Pickett, the popular candidate for mayor of the municipality.
Rajoy confirmed that the “Frankenstein government” had “transferred prisons to the Basque Country, condescendingly treated ETA prisoners, so much so that they put them on lists, suppressed the crime of treason, deductions for embezzlement, Supreme Court orders”. To skip a sentence, a review of history, questioning once again Franco, Quipo de Llano, Primo de Rivera, transition and the constitution that gave Spain the best forty years in its history, ridiculous laws, transsexuals, animals Kalyan, ‘yes yes hai'”.
He continues to say that the housing law is something “really remarkable”, because “nobody knows if you can buy a house, if you can rent, what the price is. Everything is liability and prohibition”. “. In this regard, he stated that ‘squatters’ would enter “under a canopy and with the right to a canapé.”
However, Rajoy wanted to highlight two “very worrying” consequences, such as the division and polarization that the government has generated among Spaniards, “the greatest that has existed in Spain since we went through the transition”, because it “Too bad” is the case for a country”. Similarly, it is believed that “the great national consensus has broken down”.
“In Spain we have discussed, as in any democracy, one thinks one thing and another, but there are four or five things in which it is convenient for all Spaniards to agree. And we were in transition, in the constitution, In joining the European Economic Communities, or as they were called then, in the euro, in the approval of the laws of autonomy. We agreed and this is good for one country”, he said.
“But how does one pretend that an understanding can be reached with a government that includes people who do not want to live in Spain, people who are the political wing of a terrorist organization and other people who want to live in a different century?” What are the rest of us living in?”, he has gone deep.
In this way, he affirms that “bad companies” lead to “bad laws, bad government and bad economic management”. In this regard, he has expressed his concern about the rise in prices, especially of food, mortgages, the “monumental” public debt or Spain being “isolated” from Europe in terms of per capita income.
“I hope that Alberto Núñez Feijoa, when he becomes president of the government at the end of the year, will not get what some of us agreed with the government at that time,” he mused.
Rajoy also mentioned SUMAR, the new political organization led by the Minister of Labor and Social Economy, Yolanda Díaz.
“Now a new party has emerged, because a political party is formed here every half hour. Add, what is that? It’s the Communist Party, but with another abbreviation. Well, it was Izquierda Unida and it’s not me. Knew so many things. Only thing it wasn’t the Communist Party, which is completely understandable because let’s see who has the guts to hit the streets with banners saying ‘Vote for the Communist Party’.”