The PSOE spokeswoman in the Congress of Deputies, Adriana Lastra, has lashed out harshly against the PP and especially against its leader, Pablo Casado, whom he has accused of being the “[Jair] Bolsonaro of Europe “, referring to the Brazilian president. Cuca Gamarra, his popular counterpart, has counterattacked by ensuring that the coalition government between socialists and Podemos “restricts freedoms like [Nicolás] Mature“, President of Venezuela.
In a meeting with socialist mayors in the south of Madrid affected by the state of alarm decreed by Pedro Sánchez last Friday, Lastra accused Casado of “ordering” the president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, “confront the government“.
With 56,000 dead, at the head of the deceased and infected in Europe, and restricting freedoms in the Maduro style every day, you are not there to give lessons.
A little humility, stop insulting and start ruling. https://t.co/DcWmWcKEIH
– Cuca Gamarra (@cucagamarra) October 11, 2020
In that act, the socialist leader recalled that German Chancellor Angela Merkel has agreed to restrictions in cities with 50 cases, “But Ayuso and Casado do not see reasons in areas with 500 or 700 cases. Casado could have decided to follow Merkel’s path, but has preferred to become the Bolsonaro of Europe.”
For her part, the PP spokesperson, Cuca Gamarra, has snapped at the socialist that “they are not here to give lessons.” “With 56,000 dead, at the head of the deceased and infected in Europe, and restricting freedoms in the Maduro style every day, you are not here to give lessons“Gamarra wrote on his personal Twitter account.