He PP believe that the amnesty It is “the absolute surrender of the State by socialism to the independence movement.” “It is the absolute concession to a criminal fleeing from justice and blackmailing him,” only because “he has the seven votes that Pedro Sánchez needs.” He said so Cuca Gamarra, general secretary of the ‘popular’, after the emergency Steering Committee that has convened feijóo to analyze the PSOE and Junts pact.
In a press conference in Genoa, he pointed out to the president of Castilla-La Mancha, Emiliano García-Pagebecause it speaks against amnesty but he does not rebel with actions. This Friday, Page said that “if we have to resort to it, I will do it; if we have to put up a fight, we will do it.”
And to that Gamarra responded like this: “We tell you that this is the time to fight. The day after tomorrow it will be too late.” For the ‘number two’ of the PP, if the Castilian-Manchego baron “does not put up a fight while being able to do so, he will be as responsible as Sánchez.”
“Stop empty words,” he added, and “take a step forward, because Spanish society will thank you.” In it PP they want that Page He tried to get the eight socialist deputies from his community to vote against the amnesty, but sources from the Board completely ruled it out, also pointing out that Page did not choose them.
Furthermore, the PP has been addressed both to Canarian Coalitionits government partner on the islands, which has closed a pact with the PSOE to support the investiture of Pedro Sánchez. Although Gamarra believes that “the whitewashing of these agreements affects all those who are going to support this investiture”, he did not want to criticize the Canarian nationalists: “They will be the ones who will have to give their explanations to their voters.” “This must in no way affect a well-functioning coalition government.”