European elections 2024: Abascal, to the Government: “Do not take another step because they are going to have us in front of them, physically if necessary” | EUROtoday

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The chief of Vox, Santiago Abascal, warned this Sunday the Government of Pedro Sánchez and the PSOE that they “do not take another step” as a result of his get together “will not stand still and respond forcefully”: “Do not dare to continue.” advancing as they’ve executed in different international locations as a result of they’ll discover us in entrance of them, bodily if essential,” he said.

At a rally framed in the campaign for the elections to European Parliament In Murcia, where Vox co-governs with the PP, Abascal has attacked the Executive and the PSOE, after days of tensions that reached their climax on Friday, when Pedro Sánchez's party announced legal measures against the Vox leader for saying that the Mannheim (Germany) attacker is an “ally” of the president.

Abascal has emphasized that Vox “responds forcefully” to the accusations against its formation for exercising “political violence.” “We name them what we’ve to name them, however allow them to not take one other step, as a result of we’re not going to be nonetheless, they don’t dare to proceed advancing as they’ve executed in different international locations, as a result of they’ll discover us in entrance, bodily if essential.” “mentioned the chief of Vox.

Likewise, he recalled the open diplomatic disaster with Argentina following the phrases spoken by the Argentine president, Javier Mileywho calls Sanchez's spouse “corrupt”, Begoa Gmez, at a Vox get together occasion. “They call him a drug addict and a fascist, he comes here and remembers his wife, what I don't know is why he hasn't remembered his mother,” he said.

Along these strains, Abascal has taken the chance to assault the PP for suggesting that they “lower the tone” towards the Government and the PSOE. “That's what you are for, we fall short with the things we say,” he added, earlier than mentioning “corruption, deception, systematic lying and the defense of the interests of the PSOE, of Sánchez's family, of Mohamed VI or of Club Bildelberg“. “We tell them little and do little,” he pressured.

In reference to the PP, Abascal continued: “Those that we had to have on our side, we don't have on our side, they don't have blood in their veins.” The chief of Vox has added that he sees the PP nonetheless “in the old politics”, in reference to the two-party system.

“More walls and fewer Moors”

Abascal has additionally talked about unlawful immigration and has linked it to crime and insecurity for ladies. Thus, he has requested for “more walls and fewer Moors of those who do not respect women, more young people with housing and fewer squatters, more freedom for women to walk as they want with skirts, pants, with a low neckline, with painted nails and less veiled women, with burkas, without freedom or walking four steps behind subjects who do not respect them.”

For his half, the pinnacle of the Vox checklist for the European Parliament, Jorge Buxadhas additionally talked about the PP to level out that his get together “goes out of its way” to inform it “not to accept” within the areas the place they co-govern or govern alone “the distribution of illegal immigrants carried out by the Sánchez Executive.”

“But the PP is like pulling a tooth, they are incapable of making a decision, but that is coherent because they govern in the Canary Islands,” added the chief of Vox in Brussels, earlier than linking unlawful immigration with “misery, ruin, unemployment, lack of coexistence, illegal squatting, drug trafficking, prostitution of minors and insecurity for women.

Vox faces the campaign for the European elections with favorable prospects, since polls predict that it will increase its representation in the European Parliament. He has planned a campaign in which he intends to exploit his iconic themes, such as respect for national sovereignty in Brussels, opposition to Green Deal and the Agenda 2030 or the shielding of borders to prevent illegal immigration. Likewise, he focuses his messages on denouncing the “rip-off” that in his opinion the PP represents, due to its “affiliation” with the PSOE within the Eurochamber and goals to encourage abstentionists.