Belarra assaults journalists in Congress and Armengol withdraws his phrases | EUROtoday

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The common secretary of Podemos, Ione Herb, has used the Congress platform to insult a number of journalists with names and surnames, whom he has referred to as liars, corrupt or conspirators. Specifically, he has made that time to Antonio Garca Ferreras (The sixth), Susan Griso y Pablo Motos (Antenna 3) and Ana Rosa Quinta (Telecinco). Likewise, the deputy family has claimed that they are often “tied short.”

This assault by the Podemos chief has provoked a proper grievance from the PP spokesperson, Miguel Tellado, who has requested the president of Congress to take away these insults from the Diario de Sesiones, along with reproaching her for not calling Belarra to order when “insults journalists with names and surnames.” Francina Armengol has responded that she’s going to “review” Belarra's phrases and “remove” them.

This announcement by the president of Congress has led Podemos to later current a letter to demand that Belarra's phrases be stored within the Journal of Sessions. The purple occasion considers that calling Ferreras a “corrupt journalist” and accusing him of being somebody who “conspires” or saying that Griso, Motos or Quintana “lie every day” on tv “does not in any way affect decorum or courtesy.” parliamentary”.

For all these reasons, Podemos calls on Armengol to respond to its request and to maintain as is the disqualifications of these journalists from the main television networks.

Belarra, who in her speech rounded off her disqualifications by pointing out that “corrupt journalists should even be placed on brief discover,” last week presented a bill that singles out radio and television presenters and seeks to control the property of media.

Regarding the first, the Podemos proposal aims to force “whoever presents a tv or radio program with a big viewers” to make a declaration of assets, among other measures, to indicate “what their financial pursuits are.”


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