05-24-2019 | Cs
The national spokeswoman of Cs affirms that the president of the Congress, Meritxell Batet, ‘could be called Forcadell-Batet, because she acts as a lawyer for the imprisoned politicians’
“It was common sense that those who have insulted and belittled all Spanish citizens can not collect a public salary.” This has been said by the leader of Citizens (Cs) in Catalonia and national party spokesperson, Inés Arrimadas, at the end of the election campaign, accompanied by candidates and party members, in L’Hospitalet del Llobregat. Closing, before the suspension of the deputies prisoners, it has remembered that “they gave a coup d’etat and they passed over the rights of more than half of the Catalans” and, consequently, “they do not deserve to have a public position”.
The orange deputy has affirmed that the new president of the Congress of Deputies, Meritxell Batet, “could be called Forcadell-Batet because she acts as a lawyer for the imprisoned politicians”. He stressed that “the privileges to politicians have to end” and pointed out that what Cs wants is “equality and freedom for all citizens and not privileges for politicians.”
Arrimadas has used the last moments of campaign to remember that in Catalonia “separatism uses the municipalities as a speaker of the ‘procés'” and said that “the important thing is that the municipalities are focused on people and not on separatism or parties politicians”. He has warned that the vote to Cs is “the only useful vote of the Constitutionalists” because the vote to the PSOE “we all know that it will end in a tripartite with ERC and Podemos”. “If everyone is going to vote as we left the 21D to stop separatism, we will succeed,” he has sentenced.
The spokesperson also stressed that the orange candidates “have the best team, people outside of politics,” and stressed that his project “thinks of people and not political parties.” Finally, he pointed out that Cs “is a project with free and clean hands with managers who know what it is like to live like normal people, and not like those who have always lived under the umbrella of a political party.”