The spokesman for the Popular Group in the Senate, Javier Maroto, affirms that “the socialist party is pulling its hair with the Kitchen and it turns out that it has a party in the government accused of corruption crimes. In Spain there is a double yardstick ”.
– He assures that today he thinks the same about corruption as four years ago, when he shared a seat with "my partner" Pablo Casado. “Not a joke, zero tolerance, whoever does it pays. With yours, we have them, and with others ”.
– He points out that "the difference that Casado makes in politics at this time is that when something is supposedly wrong, it must be recognized and act forcefully and quickly."
– “I am not happy to have cases of corruption in my party, nor am I happy as a Spaniard to have this type of cases in politics” He emphasizes that “in any party we are a majority who, in addition to being honest, want all politics to be honest ”.
– Maroto praises the figure of Rajoy and recalls that as president “he has had many more successes than mistakes for all Spaniards.
– He emphasizes that Spain is better today thanks to a president like Mariano Rajoy, who "left his skin in combatting the crisis and not allowing men in black to come to cut our retirees' pensions." "The life of a political figure cannot be summarized by a headline that does not even have a judicial basis."
– In relation to the draft of Democratic Memory, he points out that from the PP "we have always condemned all the crimes of dictatorial regimes", but reproaches Sánchez for taking out "Franco's wild card" when things are not going well for him.