11-02-2021 | Cs
The president of Cs affirms that 'the vote for Cs is valid to guarantee a Government free of nationalism in Catalonia, but also for a government without nationalist crutches in Moncloa'
"The vote for Cs is valid to guarantee a Government free of nationalism in Catalonia, but also for a government without nationalist crutches in Moncloa." This was said by the president of Ciudadanos (Cs), Inés Arrimadas, in the meeting for coexistence where the MEP of Cs, Jordi Cañas, the Catalan Ombudsman in the Valencian courts, Toni Cantó, and candidate number 2 have also participated de Cs for Barcelona, Anna Grau. Arrimadas has asked to go to vote on Sunday "with the head and the heart" because it will depend "that taxes are lowered, that the Meridana is not cut, that the students of the concerted school are not left thrown and fight against the corruption".
The president of Cs affirms that "the vote for Cs is valid to guarantee a Government free of nationalism in Catalonia, but also for a government without nationalist crutches in Moncloa" and points out that the orange vote "is worth triple." "It serves to shelve the 'procés', to have a government that manages well and does not include the Commons and to change policies," he explained and added that "the separatists do not need to sign a document that says no they will agree with Cs, because it is not necessary, since we are the reliable vote, which does not risk it ”to their voters.
Arrimadas added that the Cs ballot "will serve to save anger and headaches" with Carlos Carrizosa as president. He has detailed that Carrizosa "is a clean candidate, that not all parties can say, he has worked outside politics as a freelancer and is not going to sell himself for a chair" but that "he will defend the values of origin of Cs and has a good team to manage Catalonia ”.
Arrimadas has also regretted the decision of the socialist candidate, Salvador Illa, not to take a Covid test before the debates on TV3 and La Sexta. "Something will have to hide for not wanting to take the test," he pointed out and pointed out that "a meter and a half of distance between candidates is not enough" since being in a closed space for so many hours and there may be a risk of contagion, to which he added that Illa "is giving a scientific hoax" by arguing that this measure is enough.