12-02-2020 | Cs

The deputy spokesman of the CPG asks the Government to defend free elections in Venezuela and to recognize Guaidó as president

“Will the commission of inquiry continue to deny us to clarify what happened in their meeting in Barajas?”, The deputy spokesman of the Parliamentary Group Citizens (GPCs), Edmundo Bal, to the Minister of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda, José Luis Ábalos, in the session of control to the Government that has been celebrated in the Upper House. The deputy of the liberal party has questioned the minister about his night meeting with the "number two" of the Venezuelan Government of Nicolás Maduro at the Adolfo Suarez Airport and has criticized the multitude of versions that Ábalos has given about this incident.

The deputy spokesman of the CPG has asked the minister to "do the Spaniards a favor and resign." "Oh no! That he has come to stay, ”he has ironic. Also, Bal has criticized that Sanchez qualifies Guaidó as "leader of the Venezuelan opposition."

Bal has asked the minister that the Spanish Government defend the holding of "free elections without Maduro" in Venezuela and recognize Juan Guaidó as "legitimate president." In addition, the deputy spokesman for Citizens (Cs) in Congress has asked Ábalos if it was on behalf of Sánchez, Iglesias or Marlaska; what conflict helped to avoid the encounter; and if he instructed the Police not to complete the entry into Spanish territory.

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