Isabel Díaz Ayuso has used one of the harshest tones that the president of the Community of Madrid is remembered to charge this Wednesday against the president of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, whom she has said is a "tyrant who endangers the Rule of Law" for embarking on the path towards "a dictatorship.
The scene took place at the beginning of the press conference after the regional Government Council, at the Real Casa de Correos in Madrid, when Ayuso took the floor to point out that he cannot "ignore what happened yesterday in the Congress of the Deputies, when the vice president, at the service of the Government and the Government, at the service of Bildu, expelled a deputy from the Plenary for saying the word philoetarra'".
"As a political leader, as a parliamentarian of the Madrid Assembly and, above all, as a defender of Democracy, I want to say that the abuse that the Socialist Party and the ultra-left are making of the institutions is unacceptable," she stressed. "Pedro Sánchez believes that the Law, the institutions and the Criminal Code are at his service. He decides which crimes go unpunished and which fellow criminals are exonerated," she said.
Ayuso has stressed that he has been denouncing for months that the Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez, "wants to change Spain through the back door." "And now", he has added he, he is already doing it in full view of all ".
For the regional president, "Pedro Sánchez believes that the Law, the institutions and the Penal Code are at his service" and it is "he decides which crimes go unpunished and which fellow criminals exonerated" as well as the one who decides "decide how they should judges to organize themselves, taking over the Constitutional Court and, therefore, gagging the Constitution itself".
According to Ayuso, "when they spoke of philoetarra yesterday, in reality they should have simply said ETA or whatever they consider because that is why they are parliamentarians in the free exercise of the word." "Between the appointment of political positions in the Constitutional Court, the abolition of the crime of Secession and the arbitrariness of the expulsion of a deputy in Congress, the PSOE has decided to destroy Democracy", he remarked.