The opposition applauds the King’s speech and defends the EC as a “master beam”

The traditional message of the King, Felipe VI, through television has revealed the differences that exist between the blocks ideological from the political spectrum. Thus, while the main opposition parties (Partido Popular and Ciudadanos) have praised the content of the speech of the Head of State, with references to the Spanish Constitution as a “master beam” that has contributed to the progress of this country and has appealed to unity and dialogue in the face of division and confrontation, nationalists and independentists has been unmarked from this message. The division is also noticeable within the coalition government, with conflicting assessments between PSOE and United We Can.

Last night, the leader of the PP, Pablo Casado, already highlighted the memory that the King made to the Spanish who suffer the pandemic and economic crisis, and emphasized his defense of the Magna Carta “as a girder that deserves recognition, respect and loyalty.” As he added, the strength of the institutions “is key to the future challenges of Spain.” This Saturday, the spokesperson for the Popular Group in Congress, Cuca Gamarra, spoke. who has highlighted the “iron and timely” defense of the Constitution carried out by the King, while he has described his message of unity and the future as “correct”. In addition, he has ensured that Felipe VI is complying with the “faultless” the roadmap of the monarchy, an “open” and “committed to society” institution.

Also they Autonomous ‘barons’ of the PP They have agreed to value the King’s speech, highlighting his commitment to the Constitution and moral integrity. Thus, the Galician Alberto Núñez Feijóo, has described it as “exemplary”, the Andalusian Juanma Moreno has emphasized that “embraces the consensus” and the Castilian-Leon Alfonso Fernández-Mañueco has shared his idea of ​​not falling “into conformity”. For her part, the Madrilenian Isabel Diaz Ayuso and the Murcian Fernando Lopez Miras they have extolled his defense of the Magna Carta.

Along these lines, the leader of Ciudadanos, Ines Arrimadas, said through his Twitter account that he “fully” shared the “hopeful” discourse King. “Spain is going through a time of great difficulties and has enormous challenges ahead, but we must flee from pessimism and conformism,” he said. Along these lines, the parliamentary spokesman for Citizens in Congress, Edmundo bal, has celebrated this Saturday the “optimism” of the King in his Christmas message, which he has said will be a “guide” for his party, while has highlighted his reference to the union and harmony in the face of “confrontation” and “tension”. In addition, he has criticized the reactions of the independentistas to that message and has warned the chief executive that “attacking” the head of state is a way of “attacking Spain”.

Until now, no valuation has been produced at King’s speech by Vox. The leader of that party, Santiago Abascal, did congratulate the citizens on Christmas on December 24th on Christmas, especially “those destined abroad, and those who due to illness, or any other reason, they cannot pass it in the company of their own. “

Different opinions between PSOE and United We Can

From the PSOE, the person in charge of evaluating the monarch’s speech has been the president of the party, Cristina Narbona, who has indicated that he has “successful” both in “diagnosing problems” as in the “way of reacting” to them. In a message released by the Socialist Party, the senator also emphasized the monarch’s call to all institutions to be exemplary in the exercise of their functions to “increase the confidence of citizens” in them and has collected the need for “respect”, “dialogue” and the “collaboration” between all public bodies “to reach the major agreements that are required at a time of enormous transformation.”

Yet Podemos has lamented the lack of self-criticism of the monarch. Specifically, the state co-spokesperson of the purple party, Isa Serra, has censured that Felipe VI did not mention in his Christmas message the king emeritus and his “serious corruption scandals” despite having pointed to the need for the “moral and public integrity” of the institutions. In his opinion, in a situation like the one in Spain “It cannot be that the King continues to avoid referring to what happened.”

In this sense, the pro-independence and nationalists have also been critical of the speech. The president of the Generalitat, Pere Aragonès, has crossed out as “empty” the message of Christmas Eve of Felipe VI. “We expected little and he has contributed very little,” he stressed, in an appearance at the Barcelona cemetery of Montjuïc during the annual offering at the tomb of the former President of the Generalitat Francesc Macià, who died on Christmas Day 1933. From Bilbao, the PNV spokesman in Congress, Aitor Esteban, has warned to the monarch that “credibility” is not “change photos and scene of the speech “and that” talking about public and moral integrity is not a guarantee that such public and moral integrity exists, “while EH Bildu’s spokesperson in Congress, Mertxe Aizpurua, has underlined -in statements to the media in Usurbil (Guipúzcoa) – the “image operation” that is being promoted to “to define what was the King Emeritus and what Felipe VI can be “with the objective that the Monarchy” continues to exist, as if nothing had happened“.

Specifically, the King defended on December 24 the need for all institutions comply with and respect the law and that they are “an example of public and moral integrity.” In addition, he claimed responsibility against Covid-19 to “not take steps back” because the risk has not disappeared, while he appealed to politicians to think about citizens and seek “consensus” despite the differences.

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