27-09-2020 | Cs

The leader of Cs in Catalonia announces the request for the appearance of Grande-Marlaska and 'of the ministers who have attacked the King of Spain' and asks Sánchez to disavow them

"The bad image of Spain due to the pandemic cannot be joined by insecurity and riots due to the possible disqualification of Torra." This has been said by the leader of Ciudadanos (Cs) in Catalonia and head of the opposition, Carlos Carrizosa, after the Mossos d'Esquadra have activated the highest alert in anticipation of possible incidents if the Supreme Court (TS) disables Quim Torra. "It is not possible that Barcelona will be covered again by riots and street fires" as happened after the conviction of "the separatist leaders who promoted a coup to democracy", he said.

On the other hand, Carrizosa has asked the government "to help companies and not to create instability." Coinciding with World Tourism Day, he recalled that "Spain is a leading world power" and that 12% of Catalonia's GDP is based on tourism. The orange leader has regretted that "more than 50,000 jobs were lost in Catalonia in August and billions of euros in the first half of the year." "It is necessary for the administrations to get involved" he assured and added that "unfortunately, the government of the Generalitat is a government in paralysis" that "dismissed the Minister of Business and was replaced in full political purge by Mr. Torra" .

Finally, the leader of Cs in Catalonia has announced the request for the appearance of the Minister of the Interior, Fernando Grande-Marlaska, and "of the ministers who have attacked the King of Spain" and has asked the president of the Spanish government, Pedro Sánchez, to disavow them. Carrizosa has criticized that separatism "seeks to make a cut", with ERC and Bildu trying to condition the government of Spain, while "with the help of Podemos these attacks on the King are being allowed." "From Cs, we are on the side of democracy and institutions" he has sentenced.

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