Barcelona (EFE) “aggressions” suffered by members of his party.
This was stated in his speech at the series of press conferences with candidates for mayor of Barcelona organized by EFE on the occasion of the municipal elections on May 28.
The mayor has alluded to a recent altercation in Mataró (Barcelona), in which, according to Crónica Global, the father of the young FC Barcelona footballer Lamine Yamal rushed against a Vox electoral tent, until he was taken away by agents of the Mossos d ‘Squad.
In his opinion, the criticism of the PP is “a mistake” because they paint Vox as “a neo-fascist, xenophobic, radical party.”
According to the candidate, “entering into the game of demonizing Vox is dangerous” and “some day some misfortune may happen.”
For this reason, Gonzalo de Oro-Pulido considers that PP and CS “should have a little more empathy” and “a minimum of respect” towards Vox.
“I ask for common sense, before this can end in a fat misfortune,” he insisted.
Gonzalo de Oro has been convinced that in the elections on May 28 it will be shown that Vox has “a lot of hidden votes” and will obtain representation in the Barcelona City Council, where, if necessary, he promises to carry out an “iron and hard”.