The president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, reiterated this Monday her request to the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, to call general elections so that he can say "what he intends" in his electoral program, such as "amnesty to the coup plotters, granting the self-determination referendum or dividing Spain into several nations".
All this despite the fact that the leader of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, is immersed in the rounds of contacts with political parties and social agents ahead of his inauguration on September 26 and that Sánchez cannot call elections - these would be called automatically within two months of Feijóo's if, as is foreseeable, he does not achieve it.
But at the same time, Ayuso, in an informative breakfast organized by the newspaper El Mundo, has supported dialogue with all political forces so that Feijóo can obtain the necessary support to achieve his investiture; also Junts per Catalunya, but "not crossing red lines." Ayuso explained that this is what the PP has done, which saw that "there was nothing to talk about at that time" when it heard Puigdemont's demands from Brussels. "You have to talk to everyone but see what you are talking about and in what way, giving explanations and not crossing red lines, as the PP has done," he stressed.
The Madrid president has assured that the former president of the Generalitat Carles Puigdemont "has brought Sánchez to his knees", to whom he "speaks like a servant" and has pointed out that Spain is "in the hands of minorities", whose only common ideology is "the resentment", and they are being "oversized" because of the electoral law and "the drift" of Sánchez.
"The internal rebellion of the socialists against Sánchez shows that this is no longer about left and right, but about patriotism and decency," said Ayuso, who has urged "to get out of the quagmire together." “We have seen each other in much darker moments and we have moved forward. We will achieve it if we fight together with a lot of work, desire and conviction. "There is much more that unites us and it is too good and beautiful to let a daffodil and a rabid minority put it in danger," he noted.