Vox has announced this Sunday that it has filed a complaint before the Investigating Court of Lugo against the delegate of the Government in Galicia, Javier Losada, for “electoral crime, omission of duty, prevarication and influence peddling“by not preventing an anti-fascist rally from coinciding with an electoral rally in which” the attendees were rebuked and harassed. “
In a statement, Vox assures that its leader, Santiago Abascal, party leaders and sympathizers were “rebuked and harassed” at the rally last Friday in Lugo by attendees of an “anti-fascist” rally that was held in the same place and from which they were insulted and “fired firecrackers” “
The complaint also extends to the subdelegate in Lugo, María Isabel Rodríguez, and the group Antifascist Action of Galicia, as well as those who “are identified for seriously disturbing the order at the electoral meeting.”
Vox specifies that in the place of the facts was the National Police and, nevertheless, “he did not receive orders from the authorities to prevent” a legally organized campaign act “being insulted and slandered”.
“The countermanifestation It had been organized by radical and violent groups and about which the Government’s Deputy Delegate in Lugo was aware, who allowed it despite knowing the circumstances surrounding both acts. This indicates that a administrative decision contrary to law and knowingly “, argues the formation of Abascal.
Likewise, he recalls in his writing that the demonstrations “were announced by their promoters on social networks and, therefore, the formation presented writings to the corresponding electoral boards.”
Vox points out that that same Friday was held in Villagarcía de Arosa (Pontevedra) another rally attended by the spokesman in Congress, Ivan Espinosa, and in which “a summons had also been authorized by another organization”, which caused the act to pass “between the screaming, insults, threats and disturbances of order”.