Santa Cruz de Tenerife (EFE).- The president of Vox, Santiago Abascal, has asked the leader of the Popular Party, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, that if he wants an advance of the general elections in May, he should support the motion of no confidence that his party and that asks for that electoral advance.
Abascal, in a rally that he has given in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, has ironized the case that Pedro Sánchez will make at Feijóo’s request and has reproached the PP for having advanced its negative vote on the motion of censure without even having listened Ramón Tamames to defend it.
For the Vox leader, Tamames is a man who represents harmony, deserves respect and has “more training and neurons” than many of the deputies, in addition to representing a sector of the population due to his age “whom the government boasts of raise the pension but they lower it with taxes”.
Abascal has rejected that the motion of no confidence that his party has presented is “a circus” and has criticized the use of the argument that it will be rejected in order not to support it because with this argument, he has said, the opposition would not present a single initiative.
In his opinion, “facing the worst” that the management of the Pedro Sánchez government supposes is the “nothing” of the opposition that the PP represents and has asserted that the leader of that party must first stand for election.
He has also reproached Feijóo for being happy that the Constitutional Court’s pronouncement is negative to the appeal that the PP presented 13 years ago to the Abortion law.
“Celebrating that he (the Constitutional Court) is not right is unheard of, it has never happened,” added Abascal.
He has added that the Sánchez government is the worst in history and represents lies, betrayal, ruin and division and has criticized some laws such as the trans law or the law of only if it is “made by some crazy women who are in the Council of Minister.
Abascal has added that with the law of only if it is if the insecurity of women has increased and with the trans law, the doubts that many people have about their identity have increased while at the same time he has criticized that they encourage children who have not yet they have grown to honor each other in addition to allowing offenders to decide to become “señoras” without having to pay for their crimes.
The victims of the Government are the Spaniards and the clients “the terrorists, the separatists, the rapists, or the peredastas”, has stated Abascal who has stressed that the Government flees from the debate on immigration and the increase in sexual assaults on women .
He has referred to the expulsion orders that are not carried out because the Government does not request them and has indicated that it is unknown what happens to Sánchez with Morocco because he changes his criteria “without giving an explanation.”
Abascal has described the Government’s proposal on parity in decision-making bodies as “calving” and has wondered why he leaves the government presidency out of this decision.
In his opinion, Sánchez “is capable of anything and has no scruples” and has considered that everything that Vox does bothers the president “because (the Government) has made decisions with its back to the people.”
In this sense, he has encouraged the Executive to call referendums on issues such as immigration or energy sovereignty. EFE