The president of the Senate and vice-secretary for Regional and Local Coordination of the PP, Pedro Rollán, has asked again this Saturday for the support of the PNV to form a new government in Spain and has urged it to give it "a thought" before supporting the PSOE, because the socialists "are more comfortable with Bildu".
In a public appearance held in Cádiz, Rollán, who was elected president of the Senate this Thursday, regretted that "parliamentary arithmetic" allows "a fugitive from Justice" for having tried to carry out "a failed coup" to be determining the possible future of the Government of Spain and promote an amnesty for those who broke the law.
The recently elected president of the Upper House has recalled that in politics "not everything goes" and has argued that the PP won the general elections and has the "legitimacy, responsibility and obligation" to try each of the necessary supports to "propose his candidacy for the presidency of the Government".
Rollán has emphasized the need for the PP to find support so that there is "a government of centrality" where there are no "privileges for a few" who do not even represent all of their neighbors, such as "some pro-independence formations in Catalonia". .
The request by JxCat that Catalan, Basque and Galician be included in the linguistic regime of the European Union is, according to Rollán, "a media smokescreen" and a resource that "usually works for the PSOE" to cover up "what's in the back room".
The popular leader has censured that the acting President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, "does not know how to differentiate victory from defeat" and that he is willing to pay "any price" in order to restore his "resistance manual at the head of Moncloa ".
Rollán reminded Sánchez that governing consists of "serving and being useful" for all Spaniards, regardless of their vote, and has stressed that citizens do not understand that Carles Puigdemont, "who lives in Waterloo", is "the hand that rocks the cradle" of the PSOE.