01-31-2020 | Cs

The president of the CPG offers constitutional pacts 'in the three territories that in 2020 will have decisive elections: Catalonia, the Basque Country and Galicia'

The president and spokesperson of the Citizen Parliamentary Group (GPCs) has assured that "it is time to have a height of view, generosity and courage and think about how to be more useful for Spaniards with formulas" better united "with transversal and constitutional agreements." "I have transferred to the direction of my party the request for an extraordinary meeting to discuss and decide" on constitutional pacts "in the three territories that in 2020 will have decisive elections: Catalonia, the Basque Country and Galicia," explained the leader of the liberal party in Congress.

At a press conference in the Lower House, Arrimadas has warned that "Spain is at a serious and absolutely decisive moment in its history" because "the Government had never been in the hands of parties that have recently hit." "The Government is weak and is made up of populists, so in this situation we can only look the other way or face a sense of state, courage and generosity," explained the leader of Citizens (Cs) in Congress.

“I got into politics to defend the equality of all Spaniards,” confessed the president of the GPCs, who recalled her proposal of the 'track 221', “which made a great constitutional lane and set aside the differences” to get a Government of Spain that will avoid those who want to end it and that could carry out major state reforms. For Arrimadas, "if the constitutionalists" unite and work together, "any challenge can be overcome."

According to the parliamentary leader of Cs, "with the formula" best united "as transversal as possible and open to parties and civil society, you can win and defend defenseless citizens who are under the nationalist yoke." "What we have never seen in recent months has never happened in our country," said Arrimadas, who has opted to "take advantage of extraordinary opportunities."

The president of the CPG has said that in "circumstances, places and extraordinary moments" you have to "open formulas" that give the best results. "Either we put Spain ahead or we will put the future of our country at risk," Arrimadas warned.



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