03-12-2020 | Cs

The president of Cs points out that "there are many moderate and progressive voters who trusted the PSOE and who today are orphans"

"Does anyone think that Otegui and Junqueras would vote in favor of some PGE that are good for Spain when they have said that their objective is to break this country?", Asked the president of Ciudadanos (Cs), Inés Arrimadas, during her speech in the plenary session on the General State Budgets in the Congress of Deputies.

"We promised the Spanish that we would work to stop the follies of these Budgets" and that "we would show Spain that there were two ways: one moderate with Ciudadanos and the other radical depending on Bildu and ERC. We have accomplished both ”, Arrimadas stressed. “These Budgets are not realistic, they do not support companies or the tourism sector, they do not contemplate reconciliation measures for families and they do not bet on innovation. They are neither moderate nor progressive because there is nothing progressive in nationalism ”explained the leader of the liberal formation.

"From the Government they say that 'we do not leave anyone behind'", and is that "their disastrous management is making that they do not leave anyone behind but because there is no one worse managing the crisis of the pandemic", since Spain is positioned as the country with the greatest “economic collapse”. "There are many moderate and progressive voters who trusted the PSOE and who today are orphans", highlighted the leader of Cs, in addition to pointing out that "despite everything, we are going to continue working for Spain, this country is worthwhile and deserves shame to continue working for him ”.

In addition, the president of the orange party recalled on the International Day of Persons with Disabilities that "a law promoted by Cs" and "approved with a wide consensus" that "prohibits the forced sterilization of girls and women" and that it is "a step towards equality and dignity for people with disabilities."



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