Pablo Iglesias cannot help laughing when he hears this phrase by Díaz Ayuso


Pablo Iglesias, upon hearing Ayuso’s phrase.

Pablo Iglesias, former vice president of the Government, could not help laughing when he heard one of the phrases this Monday, pronounced by Isabel Diaz Ayuso when he has assured that the left creates “in a very pernicious, dangerous and insane way grievances against Madrid” and seeks that other Spaniards “hate Madrid”, who hate “their own country.”

The president of the Community of Madrid has assured that the left wants to decapitalize the region “looking for votes in other territories” and has warned that “destroying Madrid is destroying Spain.”

This is how the Madrid leader answered, in statements to the media, at the Reina Sofía Art Center, to the intention of the central government to remove institutions from the capital.

“I believe that the Prime Minister and the Socialists do not understand that all countries have a capital, that the capital of Spain is called Madrid and that it has been for five centuries. Spaniards from all over the world live in Madrid. Madrid is a capital much loved by all Spaniards ”, said the president.

After that, Pablo Iglesias has affirmed on The Agora from Hour 25, in the chain of being, that if this question is being debated, it is because “a central topic of debate is the territorial question.”

“There is something curious: when Ayuso says that Madrid is Spain, it seems that he is recognizing that Madrid should be a lucky federal district. If that is the case, all Spaniards should elect the government of Madrid, ”Iglesias stressed, affirming that“ there is an over-representation of the Madrid environment in state devices at the service of all Spaniards ”.

“The fact that the Senate was in Barcelona would have generated illusion in sectors of Catalan society,” said the former leader of Podemos, who stated that “there are more and more citizens who, because they are not in Madrid, feel excluded from the protection of the institutions ”.

Meanwhile, Carmen Calvo, former government minister, has described Ayuso’s statements as “simple, flat and primitive” and has lamented that Spain is a decentralized country but “everything is in Madrid.”

“That doesn’t make much sense either. It is much more supportive, equitable, that there are institutions also in other cities without going against what the capital represents ”, he stated.

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