Gallardo and Ayuso argue over Vox's position on autonomies

The vice president of the Junta de Castilla y León and leader of Vox in this Community, Juan García-Gallardo, and the president of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso (PP), have clashed this Tuesday after the former's statements about his intention to end the "ruin" and the "fraud" of the autonomies and their respective governmental powers.

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24 May 2022 Tuesday 08:34
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Gallardo and Ayuso argue over Vox's position on autonomies

The vice president of the Junta de Castilla y León and leader of Vox in this Community, Juan García-Gallardo, and the president of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso (PP), have clashed this Tuesday after the former's statements about his intention to end the "ruin" and the "fraud" of the autonomies and their respective governmental powers.

In an interview with Onda Cero, the Madrid leader described what García-Gallardo said as "barbarous" and added about his powers as vice-president without portfolio: "Not having any kind of responsibility leads us to this, perhaps to having so much time you don't even appreciate governing an autonomy".

"It is a message that falls by its own weight, we are a great nation, a single nation, with 17 autonomous communities, which are the backbone of public services and give meaning to our country," Ayuso concluded on the words of the regional leader of Vox, who has made ugly that he talks about political spending to "harm politics" but is "the only vice president without a portfolio."

García-Gallardo has used his Twitter profile to mark territory with respect to Ayuso: "It seems to her that she has plenty of time to talk about what is not her responsibility, I wish her good luck as a statesman," she wrote.

Before this sentence, the leader of Vox was ironic when he doubted if with his words, Ayuso wanted to criticize him, "Mr. Feijoó or Mr. Bendodo", although he added that he is not going to find out "because there is a lot to do in Castile and Leon".

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