Ayuso warns Más Madrid and PSOE: "If we start with tax inspections..."

The trip to Chile undertaken last week by Isabel Díaz Ayuso has not contributed to reducing the tension in the Assembly due to the cases of tax fraud admitted by the boyfriend of the president of the Community of Madrid.

Oliver Thansan
Oliver Thansan
03 April 2024 Wednesday 16:22
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Ayuso warns Más Madrid and PSOE: "If we start with tax inspections..."

The trip to Chile undertaken last week by Isabel Díaz Ayuso has not contributed to reducing the tension in the Assembly due to the cases of tax fraud admitted by the boyfriend of the president of the Community of Madrid. On the contrary. Given the accumulation of signs of irregularities, to which signs of anomalies have been added in the works carried out in the couple's home, the popular leader has put aside the all-out defense that she had been making of Alberto González Amador to warn Más Madrid and PSOE warning them that "if we start with fiscal inspections on the left, half of them will fall." "A plot is made with two pipes and if you want I can make a plot for you right now," she added as a defense.

With this response, Ayuso has turned the elephant in the room that fiscal irregularities represented for the PP in Madrid into a benchmate to try to use as a confrontational argument: "How do they pay the woman or man who, probably, works at home, how they pay for their businesses, what properties they have, half of them fall down like what happens with Mrs. Yolanda Díaz who goes to Lula's inauguration and spends a week in Punta del Este in buses with all her money. team," he pointed out to attack Más Madrid who, on the other hand, understands that the president has backfired: "What she has done is indirectly admit her partner's crimes."

Even so, Ayuso has attacked Más Madrid for "using" private life to "try to attack the political adversary, destroying his private life." And he has also accused "the entire ultra-left for living like a king" while the central government "it has people increasingly sunk" and "attacks property and people who are doing well in their businesses and in their private lives."

The response to Ayuso has been given by the opposition leader, Manuela Bergerot (Más Madrid), who has presented her as a political leader "allergic to accountability" determined to carry out with her Government "an ode to opacity" for "blocking more than 30 questions" at the Assembly Table about his partner's tax fraud case. "The more we know about her personal life, the more her character breaks down. She told us that she was a hardworking young woman who lived in Chamberí paying the rent but her life of luxury could not be further from our neighborhoods," he elaborated. . "Now we understand the lies and threats of her chief of staff to the press," she said.

The socialist spokesperson has expressed himself along the same lines. Juan Lobato has criticized Ayuso's trip to Chile to "escape from the controversies about tax fraud" and "not to show his face." You went there to tell how in Madrid one goes from going to the bar on a golf course to taking the vermouth and some pitted olives at the bar to a life of luxury, like in Madrid people go from living in 60 square meter apartments to having luxury duplexes," the leader of the socialists has insisted to contrast the luxury life that they have I help with the most mundane one that sells to citizens.

Ayuso, and her team, have assumed that her partner's irregular fiscal engineering is going to be a constant of the opposition in the oversight of the presidency of the Community of Madrid and in her last speaking turn she has tried to show confidence: "Yes They have to attack me from a personal level to bring me down, they must be very bad," he assured.