12-02-2019 | Cs

The spokeswoman for Cs in Congress asks the chief executive to "abandon the agreement with Podemos and negotiations with the nationalists" and "look at constitutionalism"

The spokeswoman for Citizens (Cs) in Congress, Inés Arrimadas, has sent a letter to the head of the Executive, Pedro Sánchez, in which he asks to convene a meeting with Sánchez, Casado and Arrimadas to reach “a stable pact for the next legislature. ” "We can make history if the constitutionalist parties leave their differences behind and understand each other so that the future of Spain does not depend on populists or parties that do not believe in our common project of progress and coexistence," Arrimadas said in the letter.

The leader of Cs, in a press conference in the Congress, explained that she proposes to Sánchez "the exceptional solution to make use of that majority of 221 seats that the constitutionalist and moderate groups add to the Congress". "Before a government agreement with populists and nationalists that would be disastrous for Spain and would not allow 95% of Spaniards to sleep peacefully, as Sánchez said, I propose the alternative of a majority of 221 moderate and constitutionalist seats," said Arrimadas.

In this sense, the spokeswoman for Cs in the Lower House has asked Sánchez to "abandon the agreement with Podemos and the negotiations with the nationalists." "He is the one who has to rectify and say 'yes' to a constitutionalist agreement," he said to Arrimadas, who has said he is convinced that "this proposal likes and seduces most Spaniards," so he will work to Let him get ahead.

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