Barcelona (EFE) head.
The demonstration, called by the constitutional platform Cataluña Suma, comes after yesterday thousands of citizens also protested in the center of Madrid against the pacts between the Sánchez government and the ERC, such as the recent reform of the Penal Code, which suppresses the crime of sedition and modifies the embezzlement.
The Barcelona rally was attended by the president of the Catalan PP, Alejandro Fernández, the general secretary of Vox, Ignacio Garriga, the Citizens deputy in Parliament, Joan García, and the president of Valents, Eva Parera, among other representatives of these political formations.
In the protest, the demonstrators display flags of Spain and Catalonia, banners with slogans such as “in defense of the Constitution” or “for peaceful civil disobedience”, and photos of the head of the Executive wearing a prisoner’s outfit with the phrase “there We want to see you”.
During the rally, the president of the Catalunya Suma platform will read a manifesto in favor of unity and against Sánchez’s pacts with the independentistas.
The PPC accuses Sánchez of making a “swallow it” to a part of the Spanish
The president of the Catalan PP, Alejandro Fernández, has accused the president of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, of “making a swallow” of one “half of the Spaniards against the other” with his agreements with the Catalan independentistas.
Fernández has participated today along with other constitutionalist parties in the rally called by the Cataluña Suma platform in Barcelona’s Plaza Sant Jaume, in protest against the pacts of the Sánchez government with the independentistas and with ERC in particular, such as the recent reform of the Penal Code, which suppresses the crime of sedition and modifies that of embezzlement.
Vox urges to build an alternative to “evict” Sánchez from the Government
The general secretary of Vox, Ignacio Garriga, has made an appeal this Sunday to build an “urgent alternative” to “evict” the Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez, from Moncloa, whom he accuses of “assaulting” democracy and giving a “institutional coup” with his pacts with the independentistas.
Garriga has participated today along with other constitutionalist parties in the concentration that the Cataluña Suma platform has called in the Sant Jaume square in Barcelona, in protest against the pacts of the Sánchez Government with ERC, such as the recent reform of the Penal Code, which abolishes the sedition crime and modifies embezzlement.