The president said Weber had been misinformed by PP and accused him of “opening the doors to the extreme right”.
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The president of the government, Pedro Sánchez, has criticized the new president of the European People’s Party, the German deputy in Congress. manfred weber, for his statements against him in EL MUNDO last Monday. “One thing has caught my attention as a result of an interview in the newspaper EL Mundo with the new president of the European People’s Party (…).He argued that the euro economy was hanging by a thread as a result of the Social-Communist government.“, he ironically criticized the deputies. Sanchez assures that Weber makes these statements “because he does” and ironically that he has certainly been “credibly informed by you”, PP parliamentary spokesman Addressing Cucá Gamara, “the economic reality of Spain”. He has framed Weber’s statements within the view of “the right and extreme right to speak wrongly about Spain abroad”.
In his statement to this newspaper published last Monday, Weber expressed concerns about Sánchez’s economic management and the execution of European funds. “We can only ask for solidarity in the next crisis if this time we show that this money is well spent. We are very concerned about the execution in Spain. For this reason, we must monitor that Sanchez What is he doing?, Spain is very important to Europe And the Spanish economy is very important to the euro.”To avoid economic disaster in Spain, the commission will now have to issue a card to Sanchez, We in the EU cannot accept another economic crisis in Spain”, he declared.
Sanchez, for his part, has attacked Weber as well. “Wherever possible open the doors to rule with extreme authority” and its predecessor, the Polish . depart from the line of Donald Tusk, This was critical of the PP’s agreement with Vox in Castilla y León, but, in statements from this newspaper, the Germans left their hands free. “Our party is centre-right and if it has to agree with the populist right you have to see case by caseBecause you can’t compare one country to another,” said Weber. He cited the alliance with the FPO in Austria as a possible example, but he closed the door for “neo-Nazis in Germany.” Spain In the case of, he left it in the hands of Alberto Nez Feijo to “assess on the ground” whether agreeing with Woakes is one of the possible cases that does not cross the red lines of PPE. “He has seen it,” The President has condemned the government.
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