La diputada y vicesecretaria de Organización, Ana Beltrán


He argues that "eThe minister is guilty of dismissing important positions for not bowing to his illegal and sectarian requests, of putting at risk the reputation and honor of the Security Forces and Bodies and of having generated the greatest crisis experienced in the dome of the Civil Guard in decades.

He defends that "the history of a good judge does not justify the betrayals of a bad ministerand ensures that "we are here to say enough is enough and demand that dignity be returned to the Ministry of the Interior, a key institution in safeguarding the law and defending the just.

Regrets that "eThis government has served men of honor on a platter to enjoy and enjoy independence.

Remember that there was "a time when Judge Grande-Marlaska defended the exact opposite of what he defends today as minister", in reference to the case of the tip-off to ETA.

Explain that the drop that "has filled the glass of the minister's disloyalty has been the dismissal of Colonel Pérez de los Cobos, a public servant to whom Grande-Marlaska showed the door of departure when the colonel said 'no'; when the colonel, in complying with his duty, refused to

disobeying a judge to please a politician.

• Stresses that what happened next is already “living history of Spain. The story of a cornered minister who lied in parliament; the story of a minister whose word was amended by an official document. ”

"Grande-Marlaska's greatest betrayal has been knowingly acting badly and considering himself a Sánchez soldier who must abide without questioning, never doubting and always justifying the unjustifiable. Whoever that fails.

He highlights that what happened next is already “the living history of Spain. The historyof a cornered minister who lied in parliament; the story ofa minister whose word was amended by an official document ”.

"Grande-Marlaska's greatest betrayal has been knowingly acting badly and considering himself a Sánchez soldier who must abide without questioning, never doubting and always justifying the unjustifiable. Whoever that fails.

"We were united by a cause. Now a betrayal separates us, added Ana Beltrán after recalling the judicial past of the interior minister.

"Be free and consistent. Dignify politics. Dignify your Government and go, It's over.




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