04-09-2019 | Cs
The orange spokeswoman at the congress announces a plan of clash against crime and says that 'more police means more freedom, security and democracy'
"Pedro Sánchez shows that he does not have a government plan, but a plan to share the spoils." This has been said by the spokeswoman for Citizens (Cs) in the Congress of Deputies, Inés Arrimadas, when assessing the measures that the acting president, Pedro Sánchez, has presented to try to revalidate the presidency. Arrimadas has remarked that "we see how Podemos and PSOE get angry again to divide the chairs" and has described it as "old policy." "I don't know if the judges will also want to be distributed," he lamented.
The orange spokeswoman has announced a national plan of clash against crime *, with special emphasis on the city of Barcelona, after Cs charges in the City Council of Barcelona, Parliament of Catalonia, Congress of Deputies and European Parliament, have been met with social entities, police unions and representatives of the tourism sector to know their impressions about insecurity in the city.
Arrimadas said that "more police means more freedom, security and democracy" and said that the plan developed by Cs wants "to end the impunity of those who go out every day to steal." "We want to give a firm message against crime," he added and pointed out that, in order to tackle the situation in Barcelona, it would also be necessary to "strengthen the Civil Guard and National Police."
He recalled that the mayor of Barcelona, Ada Colau, "always side with those who break the law and not those who suffer crime" and has denounced that during his tenure they have withdrawn resources to the Urban Guard. Finally, he pointed out that many of the measures proposed by Cs “could be applied tomorrow if the City Council or the Generalitat” had the will to do so, but President Torra “has dedicated himself to creating beach bars and working for the 'procés' "