09-10-2020 | Cs

The head of the opposition criticizes that 'the attack on the King is a priority objective of the separatists and populists', the day that Felipe VI visits Catalonia

"In the midst of the crisis, the Government continues to be on the side of the conflict and not that of the solutions." This was said by the head of the opposition and president of the Citizens (Cs) group in Parliament, Carlos Carrizosa, during the meeting led by the president of Cs, Inés Arrimadas, in the New Economy Online Forum (NEF Online). Carrizosa has pointed out that the constitutionalists "need to govern in Catalonia and leave behind the black stage of the‘ procés ’" because "it has been impoverishing us for a decade."

Therefore, Carrizosa explained that "the union between constitutionalists is what must be done to win over separatism at the polls" and has considered that "the reluctance to the PSC and PP pact are not shared by their electorate." "If we make it a priority to leave behind the 'procés' and put economic recovery and employment at the center, I am convinced that there are ways for a very broad agreement", the orange leader has remarked and pointed out that the PSC "will have to choose between a tripartite with ERC or a sensible government ”.

On the other hand, the head of the opposition has referred to the visit of Felipe VI to Catalonia to attend the awards given by the Consortium of the Free Zone. He considers that "the attack on the King is a priority objective of the separatists and populists", after protests have been called for his presence. "Yesterday photos of the Head of State were burned and today demonstrations are being promoted, which causes that there is no talk of the full health in the Parliament or of the awards that promote the economy of Barcelona and Catalonia," Carrizosa lamented and stressed that "The awards ceremony will be obscured by the government of Catalonia."



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