Santa Cruz de Tenerife (EFE) bipartisanship and so that its corruption “remains in impunity.”
Montero, who supported the candidates of Unidas Sí Podemos this Sunday in Tenerife, a confluence that brings together Podemos Canarias, Izquierda Unida and Sí se Puede, has stated that there are several right-wing parties that do not know how to run in the elections “with fair play” and They use “corruption money” to finance themselves.
He has affirmed that Unidas Podemos is the only party that stands in the elections without asking the banks for a euro “because whoever pays is in charge and in Unidas Podemos their militants are in charge.”
He has described as “corrupt and thieves” those who gave money to their friends during the pandemic and has urged them to “return the money” instead of worrying about a mural or some T-shirts.
Montero has warned the “media right” that his formation will not remain silent in the face of corruption and has pointed out that the right wing of Isabel Díaz Ayuso, Alberto Núñez Feijóo or Santiago Abascal is refusing to apply the abortion law, the housing law and they are benefiting speculators.
“The PP uses democracy to benefit the powerful but not to guarantee the rights of those who need the State to have decent housing or education for their children”, said the minister.
In his opinion, these right-wing parties are “in absolute rebellion against democracy” and he has considered that the center parties, referring to the PSOE among others, do not fully accept the drift that, he has affirmed, is intended with fundamental rights and while they “get angry” because Minister Félix Bolaños is not allowed on stage, they do not want to change the law of the General Council of the Judiciary.
“When the political, media, and judicial right make a policy against a feminist law, the PSOE supports it,” lamented Montero, referring to the yes is yes law and has affirmed that these elections are not only about the right not governing “but also do not send.”
For Montero, Unidas Podemos is capable of transforming society in the face of a “wild” right and a center that asks permission to carry out reforms and has defended the model of the Government pact in Canaries and in the central Government.
The minister has defended public intervention in strategic sectors such as housing and energy and has stressed that hers is the only formation that takes seriously the rights of feminists and LGTBI and Trans people, while at the same time defending public policies that allow conciliation and put women at the center of government actions.
“Feminist rights are not negotiated with the PP,” said Montero, who, before a representation of the Polisario Front at the political event, asserted that his party “will not fail them.”
He has also defended the management of the United Yes We Can candidate for the Presidency of the Canary Islands, Noemí Santana, at the head of the Ministry of Social Policies that has allowed, he said, to improve social benefits and defend the social rights of the elderly and dependents, among others. EFE