Seville (EFE) “lies”, which he has been counting while singing, one by one, a “tralará”.
On the ninth day of the electoral campaign, Feijóo gave a rally at the Cartuja Center Auditorium in Seville together with the president of the Junta de Andalucía, Juanma Moreno, and the candidate for mayor, José Luis Sánz.
Together with more than two thousand supporters, in his most massive act to date, Feijóo has exclaimed one “tralará” after another “tralará” when remembering how Sánchez said that he would not give in to the independence movement, that he was not going to agree with Bildu, that he was not there would be reductions in sentences with the only yes is yes, nor pardons for the independentistas.
“Tralará” has also exclaimed when remembering the multiple announcements from the Government on housing construction. “Tralará” before the figures of growth, employment, or the drop in prices in supermarkets. He will pull and an “olé” to the assistants at the end of his intonation of lies.
New announcement by Sánchez for Primary Care
Feijóo has also been ironic with Sánchez’s new announcement about a game of 580 million to improve Primary Care centers because he sees in the electoral promises the sign that “bad tracking” has arrived at Ferraz.
According to the PP leader, Sánchez has already accepted his “defeat”, “he boasts of unfulfilled promises” and to justify his pacts with the independence movement he blames the management of Mariano Rajoy while for the agreements with EH Bildu “he has blamed the PP for the impeccable anti-terrorist fight of President Aznar”.
“The president has no limits and we are going to put the limit on 28M together,” Feijóo said after the only allusion to the controversy over the presence of those convicted of terrorism on the EH Bildu lists.