The PP calls for that Sánchez “remove” the Amnesty Law “after the result” in Galicia | EUROtoday

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“The Galicians are relieved, and it has been a relief for the majority of Spaniards, because the independence movement does not enter into the government of the autonomous community.” This is the abstract he made this Monday, twelve hours after confirming the victory of his occasion in Galiciathe deputy normal secretary of Organization of the PP, Carmen Fnez.

For the quantity three of Alberto Nez Feijo, “the Galicians have opted for coexistence and moderation in the face of this policy of stories that divide and confront, and that in the end do much, much damage to the lives of all Spaniards,” mentioned Fénez in an interview on Antena 3, which served as the primary evaluation of the PP management the day after its overwhelming regional victory.

He referred, amongst different issues, to the amnesty. And that’s the place he has contributed a discursive novelty: Fénez has demanded that Pedro Sánchez withdraw the invoice after the setback on the polls. “The Socialist Party, starting today, should withdraw that amnesty law that means so much harm to the Spanish people in Spain. The PSOE should withdraw the amnesty law after yesterday's result,” he confused.

“Galicia has also sent a very clear message and that is that the Sánchez Government only had nine deputies yesterday. The Government as a whole (PSOE and Sumar). The message is very clear, and that is that what the Spaniards expect from politics “It is moderation, dialogue, coexistence and severe insurance policies; that they converse to you concerning the day-to-day lifetime of the Spanish folks.” “And put an finish to the tales which are constructed from the Falcon,” she added, referring to Sánchez.

For the deputy secretary popular“the PP was on the best line and on the best path, to unite all those that consider that Spain must be constructed with bridges and never with partitions”, in the face of an amnesty that seems divisive and that has penalized those who promote it in the Congress of Deputies.

Fénez also had words for Vox, which remains an extra-parliamentary force with only 2.2% of the votes. “He has not made helpful politics,” she noted. “The PP has confirmed itself to be probably the most helpful instrument towards the independence motion and because the solely various to Sánchez. Both Vox and the PSOE ought to open a really, very severe debate inside their very own organizations,” he concluded.