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Alberto Núñez Feijóo with Carlos Iturgaiz during a colloquium.


The candidates of the PP to the elections in Galicia, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, and the Basque Country, Carlos Iturgaiz (who represents the electoral coalition with Ciudadanos) came to the defense of the former Prime Minister, Felipe González, reproaching the PSOE for his timid attitude after he several parliamentary groups will drive a commission of inquiry in Congress, which Unidas Podemos (which is part of the central Executive) supported. During a colloquium that the aspiring Lehendakari has been starring with different political leaders for days, the President of the Xunta made it clear that “defending González is, with all the flaws that may exist, defending democracy, the Transition and the Spanish Constitution”.

Feijóo charged against the Socialist Party, insisting that “never in the history of our country has it happened that a coalition party wants to investigate and execute the secretary general of the other party”, strongly criticizing the PSOE for a “timid” defense to which the PP had to unite to come out in defense of González. “We have never seen anything like it and what they are doing with former President González is simply because the priority at this time is not employment, but a change to bury the Constitution and the Transition to make way for a new paradigm, we understand that created by them and against our own memory ”.

The candidate for the reelection of the Galician Xunta assured that “the country is deteriorating” and that “there is not a single economic indicator that shows an improvement in Spain for two years, that is, after the motion of censure against Rajoy”. Iturgaiz picked up the glove, remembering the phrase that the former head of the PSOE Executive said when he compared the current Government to the cabin of the Marx brothers: “Sure, I wanted to say that this is like a cricket cage that also does nothing but move away to international markets ”.

Feijóo took up the matter to ensure that it would be “impossible” that a commission of inquiry against churches be raised because the government would break and that, however, “the PSOE has to accept that we can push something like this against Felipe.” “The problem in Spain is nationalism, but also this unknown PSOE,” repeated the president of the Xunta.

The candidates of the PP to the elections in Galicia, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, and the Basque Country, Carlos Iturgaiz (who represents the electoral coalition with Ciudadanos) came to the defense of the former Prime Minister, Felipe González, reproaching the PSOE for his timid attitude after he several parliamentary groups will drive a commission of inquiry in Congress, which Unidas Podemos (which is part of the central Executive) supported. During a colloquium that the aspiring Lehendakari has been starring with different political leaders for days, the President of the Xunta made it clear that “defending González is, with all the flaws that may exist, defending democracy, the Transition and the Spanish Constitution”.

Feijóo charged against the Socialist Party, insisting that “never in the history of our country has it happened that a coalition party wants to investigate and execute the secretary general of the other party”, strongly criticizing the PSOE for a “timid” defense to which the PP had to unite to come out in defense of González. “We have never seen anything like it and what they are doing with former President González is simply because the priority at this time is not employment, but a change to bury the Constitution and the Transition to make way for a new paradigm, we understand that created by them and against our own memory ”.

The candidate for the reelection of the Galician Xunta assured that “the country is deteriorating” and that “there is not a single economic indicator that shows an improvement in Spain for two years, that is, after the motion of censure against Rajoy”. Iturgaiz picked up the glove, remembering the phrase that the former head of the PSOE Executive said when he compared the current Government to the cabin of the Marx brothers: “Sure, I wanted to say that this is like a cricket cage that also does nothing but move away to international markets ”.

Feijóo took up the matter to ensure that it would be “impossible” that a commission of inquiry against churches be raised because the government would break and that, however, “the PSOE has to accept that we can push something like this against Felipe.” “The problem in Spain is nationalism, but also this unknown PSOE,” repeated the president of the Xunta.

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