Arimadas accused the president of “insulting” the police and civil guards to “guide” his pro-independence allies
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PP and Ciudadanos have launched a scathing attack on the government’s president, accusing him of treating police officers sent to Catalonia with contempt and ridicule to deal with the illegal 1-O referendum. Pedro Sánchez refers to them as “Piolines”, with pictures of children recalling the ship in which they were sent to Barcelona.
Responding to PP’s questions regarding the Pegasus case and the spying of pro-independence leaders, the president compared the regional policy implemented by Mariano Rajoy’s government and the regional policy implemented by it. It has been in this context that Sánchez perverts the popularists who would “send Paolin to Catalonia” while what the socialists do is “encourage the Spanish soccer team to play in Catalonia without any sort of problem or controversy.” is”.
The PP has not been slow to react and has done so by taking advantage of the face-off of his deputy, Ana Belán Vázquez, with Interior Minister Fernando Grande-Marlasca, whom he has urged the government’s president to reject for speaking to the police. As in “tweety”.
Marlasca has tried to justify Sánchez’s words by explaining that with him the president was trying to refer to the “unworthy circumstances” under which the popular executive sent the police and civil guard to Catalonia.
A clarification that has not reassured even the citizens. The Orange Formation believes the expression used by Sanchez is a wink on the part of the government to its pro-independence allies, who usually refer to state security forces with such contempt. To gain his trust after the spying scandal.
“Your coup mates will continue to support you as long as you find public servants to be sacked or outright insulted, as Pedro Sánchez said on Twitter today, October 1, 2017 to defend us from these people. By calling the police officers concerned.” The leader of the party, Ins Armada, was launched.
In the eyes of this formation, Sánchez and his government team have no “principles” and take advantage of any support to continue in La Moncloa. “Wipe your mouth before talking like this about our police,” Arimadas claimed.
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