The leader of the PP, Pablo Casado, has charged this Saturday against the act of the PSOE in Barcelona in which both Pedro Sánchez and the still Minister of Health, Salvador Illa have participated. “Those responsible for all this should not be campaigning but in their homes,” said Casado. “We see a minister Illa who manages for the candidate Illa and a president who instead of managing for the Catalans thinks about the revenue for the PSC”.
In an act of presentation of Alejandro Fernández, the PP candidate for the Catalan autonomies, Casado has taken the opportunity to criticize the management of the pandemic by the Government and the Minister of Health, future candidate of the PSC in these elections. “The pandemic is poorly managed and the necessary measures are not being put in place,” continued Casado, who has asked that the “chaos” of the vaccination process cease. “Spain remains at the head of nations in the third wave just as it did in the first and second.”
The PP hit bottom in Catalonia in December 2017, when it obtained the worst result in its history in a regional government, weighed down by the management of the process and the pull of Ciudadanos. The party obtained only four deputies in those elections called after the application of article 155 of the Constitution. Now the tables seem to be changing in the space of the right in Catalonia. Despite the emergence of Vox in Parliament (the CIS on Thursday predicted that the ultra formation could even surpass the popular ones), Alejandro Fernández’s candidacy aims to double its current seats.
Casado has claimed the party as the “common house” of the “seny” and of “constitutionalism” and, without mentioning Vox, he has wanted to differentiate himself from the formation led by Santiago Abascal. “The PP is the vaccine against populisms that offer the easy way, which is to lie and offer simple solutions to complex problems,” he assured.
The national leader of the PP has also presented his party as the one that will best guarantee security in Catalonia and the fight against occupations. He has announced, in turn, that on Monday his training will go to the Constitutional Court to appeal the Royal Decree of the Government that, in his opinion, “facilitates occupation in Spain.”
The popular candidate for the Catalan regional elections, focused on capturing votes especially from Citizens, has been drawn as a moderate option and the best alternative for the fiscal policy defended by the popular to be established in Catalonia. Fernández also took the opportunity to charge against the double role that Illa has played this Saturday: “If I were in charge of the health of the Spanish today, I would not be giving an electoral rally,” he said.
Source: ElDiario.es – ElDiario.es by www.eldiario.es.
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