Feijóo assures that neither the PP nor Spain "are going to surrender to Sánchez"

The leader of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, wants to break the isolation to which the PSOE is subjecting him without taking a step back in the debates in which he has been entrenched, the renewal of the General Council of the Judiciary or the measures to reduce spending energetic.

NewsEditor
NewsEditor
29 August 2022 Monday 07:30
11 Reads
Feijóo assures that neither the PP nor Spain "are going to surrender to Sánchez"

The leader of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, wants to break the isolation to which the PSOE is subjecting him without taking a step back in the debates in which he has been entrenched, the renewal of the General Council of the Judiciary or the measures to reduce spending energetic.

"Spain is not going to surrender to Sánchez and neither are we," assured the PP leader at the press conference at the end of the party's steering committee in which he offered the Government for the umpteenth time an agreement on the renewal of the government of the judges while assuring that "what the Government has done to renew it is to blow up all the bridges".

He recalled that the mandate of the current magistrates ended in June and it would have been possible to renew it, but he considers that whoever intends to "break the negotiation" does not seem to be very willing to negotiate.

The economic and energy situation, Feijóo admitted, requires everyone to put their shoulders to the wheel but he has come to the conviction that Pedro Sánchez does not want the PP by his side, he prefers, he assures, Bildu. "He has given up asking the PP for votes, because he doesn't want them, or because Bildu, Podemos or ERC won't let him".

The popular leader lamented that “there is not a single strategic decision, a vote“, that is the result of a dialogue with the PP, and the only thing that Sánchez is interested in from the PP is to get “forward what he cannot get with Bildu”, when there are situations such as inflationary policy, energy policy or foreign policy" that would require, in Feijóo's opinion, a dialogue and state agreements, which the Government rejects "because it wants to isolate the PP".

Feijóo, who has recalled that he has sent five offers of state agreements to Sánchez, in 100 days, and the only response he has had this summer, from La Moncloa, is that he send it to the corresponding ministers.

The leader of the PP, who does not intend to call Sánchez, will continue to send him his proposals. The next one will be on energy, which includes "making the most of all energy sources." This plan will include an energy saving plan for public administrations, not only for the central government, but also for regional and local administrations.

Feijóo described a very delicate situation ahead of winter, with a family economic crisis and a productive crisis, due to the rise in industrial prices, which according to the president of the PP will lead many companies to the disappearance, of which there has already been a indication in July, with the destruction of employment.

Faced with this difficult stage ahead, the president of the PP assures that the leaders of the PP are "excited, prepared and together." Excited, said Feijóo, because "we warn that the Spaniards recognize us as the only alternative government"; prepared, “because we are aware of the enormous responsibility” that awaits them; and together, because to deal with this situation a united party is needed, without internal problems.

Comments

Warning!

You have to login for comment. If you are not a member? Register now.

Login Sign Up