Sanchez’s aggression jeopardizes the state’s agreement with PP: “How many more humiliations will we have to endure?”


PP is at ease after Sanchez describes him as a “mug”, but PSOE is confident that “popular” will help him salvage the national security law.

Government chairman Pedro S.
Pedro Sanchez, chairman of the government in Congress.EFE
  • Policy Feijo accused Sanchez of being a “caricature” of a president who “severely harms” Spain by being “blackmailed” by his pro-independence allies

The relationship between the government and the PP is once again boiling. The Pegasus case and, above all, its management by La Moncloa—the CNI blamed and sacked its director—added to the proximity of the Andalusian elections, ll.

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