07-10-2019 | Cs
Ciudadanos (Cs) files a complaint with the Prosecutor for threats, insults and crimes after the aggressions suffered during the Pride
"We will continue to defend freedom in all corners of Spain, and we will ask the government 'sanchista' to stop heating the street and put targets according to what everyone thinks." This has been expressed by the national spokesperson for Citizens (Cs), Inés Arrimadas, who has asked Sánchez "to come to the Congress to give explanations, because Batet has the House closed so that the president does not have to go to give explanations."
Close, accompanied by the spokeswoman of equality of Cs, Patricia Reyes, and the secretary of the GPCs, Miguel Gutiérrez, has filed a complaint with the Prosecutor for threats, insults and crimes after the aggressions suffered during the demonstration of the Pride held in Madrid last Saturday. The leader of the orange party has criticized that "a Minister of the Interior, who should calm the spirits and call for tolerance, has stated that the acts of Citizens must have consequences."
"Mr. Marlaska dedicated himself to heating the street minutes before the demonstration", has reproached Arrimadas, who has criticized that "first the Minister warms up and then the PSOE justifies. This is not logical in a Government of Spain. "
On the supposed police report that the media have shared, the spokeswoman of the liberal training has assured that "nobody signs it, it is a Marlaska Report with badly put and unsigned logos. The Government has to give explanations, "while he stressed that" three police unions have denounced what their colleagues suffered, who also took shoves, blows and throwing objects. "