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José Bono has rarely bit his tongue and, outside of the active front line, now even less. The former president of Castilla-La Mancha, former Minister of Defense and President of Congress between 2008 and 2011, has gone through The night in 24 hours (Canal 24H) to speak not of his book, but of his legacy.
The socialist leader has published his legacy with 20,000 documents from his public and private life, several of which he has exhibited on the program.
Stuck in political flour has made a complete review of all the news. From the controversy of the macrofarms to the validity of the coalition government, without forgetting the PP and Vox. And, asked directly, he has come to value the figure of Pablo Casado:
“At this point in my life I already say what I think, although sometimes I have not thought what he said,” he commented with a laugh. He immediately released that “I don’t like Casado, mind you, on a personal level.”
“But this morning I have listened to him explain why, agreeing with what the labor reform says, they are not going to vote in favor. I mean, but this creature … How can he agree to something and take ten minutes to explain it? It’s inexplicable, ”Bono pointed out.
More ironic, he added that “it seems that the one who designs the messages is Inspector Clouseau’s, the doors are opened upside down”. “And today, you hear him talk about corruption, that of course they can talk what they want, but when the PP talks about corruption, people remember Cospedal, Gürtel and even how they made money by bringing the pope,” he concluded, Calling it “shameful” that Genoa delves into these issues given its past.
Asked if the current second vice president would be a good president of the Government, he answered yes … “for them”, because he would like “that those votes were all for the PSOE.”
“But if people do not vote for the PSOE, that they do not stay at home, that they vote for them to the extent that they ‘resemble something’ to the PSOE,” has finished the one who was also a candidate to lead Ferraz.
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