Rewrite this contentSantiago Abascal, this Tuesday, during his speech in the Congress of Deputies. / EfeThe president of Vox, Santiago Abascal, charges against the leader of the ‘popular’, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, for “disavowing” the Executive of Castilla y León regarding the measures for pregnant womenAGENCIES Madrid
Tuesday, January 24, 2023, 18:48
The president of Vox, Santiago Abascal, has charged this Tuesday against the leader of the ‘popular’, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, for “disavowing” the Executive of Castilla y León regarding the measures for pregnant women and, also, for his offer to the PSOE to “share power” and return to bipartisanship with the proposal for the list with the most votes to govern.
In his intervention in the plenary session of Congress in response to the intervention of the President of the Government, Abascal has maintained that “there have never been more reasons to censor the Government” and has asked the PP “not to be afraid”, although he has not specified anything more about his announced motion of no confidence against Sánchez.
The Vox leader has claimed the need to “live up” to “the worst government in our history.” “The Spaniards need an alternative,” he insisted, rejecting the “zarandaja” proposed by the PP for the most voted list to govern, which he has also called “undemocratic.”
In this context, he has also criticized that Feijóo’s PP “disavowed” the Executive of Castilla y León regarding the measures for pregnant women. “Did they need the permission of the PSOE?”, He has asked the ‘popular’, warning that Vox “takes note” of this situation for future agreements.
“What are they afraid of?”
Thus, he has maintained that the only objective of these measures was for women to receive “more information” during pregnancy and has asked “who is against” that. “What are they afraid of? What do they want to hide?” She has insisted.
At this point, he has addressed the PP to ask Feijóo why he has “disavowed” the Castilla y León Ministry of Health, led by his party. «Did they need permission from the PSOE? –it suggested–. When we negotiate something with you, are we going to have to go ask these gentlemen for permission?
For Abascal, the opposition to Sánchez must be total. And he has taken the opportunity to criticize the videos of him “marketing in the style of a North Korean leader” playing petanque “with his own affiliates.” “Only abroad can he walk without seeing the trace of ruin and indignation generated by his policies,” he has ugly.
With this, he has criticized Sánchez’s meetings at the Davos Forum with “billionaires” who “dictate” the policies based on their “ideological delusions.” In his opinion, it is a sample of Sánchez’s “political conception”: “internal autocracy and external submission.”
“I’m having a hard time falling asleep”
At this point, he has once again charged against the Climate Change Law and the impossibility of exploiting the energy resources that exist in Spain and has ironized the study that warns of a possible turn in the rotation of the Earth’s core. “It has been difficult for me to fall asleep,” he has mocked.
Meanwhile, he has warned that China is the most polluting country and Europeans are the ones who suffer from the “suicidal energy policies” that, in his opinion, have allowed the president of Russia, Vladimir Putin, to feel “strong” to “aggress” to Ukraine.
“There is no European government committed to Ukraine and to the defense of its sovereignty that can trust you and your government, because you only have to see your government and your government and investiture partners to understand the distrust that you generate every time that goes outside our borders”, he has censored.
Abascal has accused Sánchez of being part of a generation of European politicians who are taking Europe “to the edge of the precipice” and have brought “hundreds of imported crimes” to the ground. “Avalanches at the borders, energy dependence on third countries, destruction of industry and the measured classes, all for the benefit of communist China and its allies,” he summarized.
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