The international context once again dominates the political news in our country. In the midst of a diplomatic crisis with Israel due to the “alignment” of the ministers of Unidas Podemos and Sumar “with terrorism”, Vox emphasizes that the coalition Executive “legitimizes” Hamas“compromises” Spain’s relationship abroad and at the same time unprotects its borders by allowing the “migratory invasion” it suffers Canary Islands.
A phenomenon that, in addition to exceeding the management capabilities of the archipelago and the actions of the security forces, allows, they say in Vox, the entry into our country of thousands of people “by the same means” as it did in Belgium. Abdesalem L, the author of the attack that this Monday spread terror in Brussels and cost the lives of two people. She was in an irregular situation and had requested asylum in 2019.
Circumstances all of which Vox relates to explain its latest proposal: the party registered this Tuesday in Congress an initiative to “suspend the granting of Spanish nationality” to all those people from “Islamic countries”, understanding that the situation It is “exceptional” and measures should be taken to put an end to the “drip of terrorist attacks” of jihadist motivation.
“We cannot compromise the security of the Spanish people under any circumstances,” remarked the party’s parliamentary spokesperson, Pepa Millan, who warned of the options that exist for an attack like the one seen a few hours ago in the Belgian capital to be replicated in Spain. “Of course it can be repeated because all the conditions for it are being met.”
The objective of the proposal, he explained, is to “provide the State security forces and bodies with adequate means” and “try to avoid any act related to the exaltation of Islamic radicalism” within our borders.