The obligation of Grande-Marlaska is "to guarantee the security of all" and "to call for moderation, calm, respect and coexistence"
Cuca Gamarra urges Grande-Marlaska to appear and rectify his statements because "he has made a mistake and should not enter that game". Ensures that "rectify is wise and is in time to amend their statements," otherwise should resign. It affirms that "the Pride party should be the celebration of respect, plurality and diversity" and condemns the aggressions suffered by members of Citizens. He reminds Fernando Grande-Marlaska that his obligation is "to guarantee the security of all" and "to call for moderation, calm, respect and coexistence"
The deputy secretary of Social Policy stresses that Casado will reiterate to Sanchez the position of the PP not to support his investiture because "we are the alternative and lead the opposition from responsibility," and explains that the PP reaches out to Sanchez to reach State pacts But the incumbent president "is in another field of play" and has as "preferred partners" the pro-independence, populist and Bildu.
Gamarra describes as "negative" the possible repetition of the general elections and stresses that "it is Sánchez's responsibility not to reach a scenario that Spain does not deserve", and about government agreements, he assures that the Popular Party works to fulfill the mandate that the citizens gave the political parties at the polls to sit down and talk and agree "from responsibility and maturity." Remember that the agreements reached in Andalusia by the PP are guaranteeing a reduction of taxes and the application of different social policies with the reduction of the waiting lists
Affirms that the PP is a "predictable" party and "citizens know how we guarantee freedom"