Horcajo de Santiago (Cuenca) (EFE).- The former president of the Government, José María Aznar, has said that if the current coalition government is reinstated in the next legislature, the “price” to pay is to organize a consultation in the Basque Country and Catalonia, for which reason it has asked the citizens to give “the greatest possible force” to the PP in the next municipal, regional and general elections.
Aznar, who this afternoon in Horcajo de Santiago (Cuenca) accompanied the PP candidate for the Presidency of Castilla-La Mancha, Paco Núñez, and the candidate for Mayor of Horcajo de Santiago, María Roldán, stated that “the more the strength the PP has, the better” to prevent Spain from entering into a “process of constitutional deconstruction, of deconstitutionalization”.
“So that the current coalition does not continue in the government, what happens in May and December is very important. It is very important to understand that the only one that can prevent a constitutional mutation, a change in society, is called the Popular Party”, he assured.
Aznar asks for the PP vote in the May and December elections
For this reason, Aznar has asked the electorate to vote for the Popular Party in the elections “now and in December” and, in turn, has appealed to the “unity” of the party: “I will say it clearly, we have won when we have united,” he asserted.
Likewise, the former president has indicated that the Socialist Party has ceased to be “a constitutional pillar” to become “the party of Pedro Sánchez”, whom he has accused of being “at the service of a policy of unlimited ambition”.
Aznar has reasoned that “if the PSOE were a constitutional party, it would not agree with those who want to destroy the Constitution and our country” and has stated that he would like the two main parties -PSOE and PP- to be able to return to “dialogue, have objectives common and consensual”.
Therefore, he has stated that “the price” of a new victory for the current Executive, made up of the PSOE and Unidas Podemos, would be “organizing a consultation in the Basque Country and in Catalonia”, something that “only” a government can avoid. “strong” and “that is called (Alberto Núñez) Feijóo and it is called the Popular Party”.