Vox Candidate for Board Accuses Presidential Minister of Trying to “Illegal” Her and He Makes Her “Trap” Ugly
The proximity of the Andalusian elections already triggers nerves in the political forces. The pre-election references, reproaches and predictions in Congress today abound. Vox candidate Macarena Olona and presidential minister Flix Bolaos have played a leading role in this infiltration into the election campaign. “Macarena Salobria; Minister Parsley”, in the words of the candidate who presides over the board.
Olona accused Bolaos of “illegalizing” her candidacy, planning to “steal votes from Andalusians” and kick her out of Andalusia “with a strange set-up” in “necessary cooperation” with the mayor of Salobria, Eugenia Is. Rufino, to remove it from the municipal register. And in spite of everything, he insisted, “Here I am, standing”.
The Vox candidate staged a purported conversation in Congress between the slum-dwellers, Bolaos and Rufino agreeing on how to revoke their registration. A plan that ultimately toppled the election board. “How did last week’s gloved hands hurt!” Olona lashed out at Bolaos, the “parsley minister of all sauces”, before recalling the complaint filed against the mayor for administrative bias and electoral offense.
Flix Bolaos has responded, with an already heated atmosphere in Congress, calling Olona ugly “her overacting, her drama, her lies and her forced smile.” The minister has accused the candidate of having the “courage” to sign a public document residing in Salobria. “A trap like a house,” he said. “If their first process of standing for election is a trap, then what can Andalusians expect from the Olona-Bonilla candidacy in Andalusia,” Bolaos argued, putting PP into the equation. In his opinion, only “traps and more traps” because as Vox has said, “there is no investigation, there is no moral limit, no legal or moral limit.”
The Minister of the Presidency gives as an example the incident yesterday, in the Cortés of Castilla y León, between the Vice President of Vox, Juan García Gallardo, and a disabled socialist deputy whom the former had, according to Bolaos, “insulted”. . To confirm that he would not treat her “with condescension”, but “as if she were a person like the others”.
Bolaos has appealed to the PP regarding the matter, accusing him of being the architect of the ultra-right that entered the Castilian-Leon government. The minister claimed to be in politics to “combat” everything Vox represented: “hate, tension, bullying, humiliation and privilege.”
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