Affirms that it will also be appreciated that the territorial unit will be subject to question because Pedro Sánchez "needs to rely on those who do not believe in it"

The deputy secretary of Organization of the PP, Javier Maroto, stressed that in the investiture debate tomorrow is going to see the "contrast" between two political models: "the one of Spain caught with pins that wants to undersell Sanchez to keep sending and the Modern, united Spain that defends the Popular Party. "
In this sense, Maroto said that in the debate tomorrow will also appreciate that the territorial unit will be subject to question in an "incredible" because Pedro Sánchez "needs to rely on those who do not believe in it."
Faced with this, has ensured that the PP will talk about employment, freedom, memory, dignity and justice for the victims of terrorism, lowering taxes, equality and opportunities for all, whether or not to vote for the PP.
"There is more than enough material to contrast tomorrow two models for our country: the Spain of Sanchez in which the most important is Sanchez and Spain that has all the opportunities ahead," he said.
He also affirmed that the PP of the Basque Country is the heart of the Popular Party and represents "dignity in defense of freedom and constitutional commitment" and was "key" in the defeat of ETA.
Similarly, he has vindicated the importance of the Basque PP "more necessary than ever" in a community that represents the only alternative of the center-right constitutionalist Euskadi, not to "live a political scenario similar to Catalonia" .
At this point, Maroto recalled that the Basque PP decided to vote yes to the PSOE to form a government in Euskadi in exchange for nothing, only that they did not govern with the nationalists, who at that time were waging the project of rupture that supposed the Ibarretxe Plan.
Against this Maroto has criticized that Sanchez "on even days" is wrapped in a giant Spanish flag and "in the odd morning" says that in the Iberian Peninsula as well as Portugal the other nations are Spain, Galicia, Catalonia and the Basque Country, and in the afternoons it unites its votes in Badalona with ERC to throw to the winner that was Xavier García Albiol.
On the other hand the popular leader also recalled that today marks a year since Pablo Casado was elected president of the Popular Party and stressed the "huge difference" between the PP and other parties who believe that for something to be good has to be all new.
Thus, Maroto recalled how throughout this year has achieved an "adventure that nobody could have calculated" as was the challenge of demolishing with the votes to a regime of 40 years of the PSOE in Andalusia. A "success" – he has continued – that also supposes a "milestone" because it has dismantled another belief "that had been constructed falsely with the PP" as it was that it could not reach agreements with other political formations.
Given this, Javier Maroto has claimed that the PP is a party that "hits the economic and is their hallmark and has also shown that in a complex context can sit down, negotiate, agree and not change its principles to achieve a municipal government or autonomic ".
In this way, the PP has reached agreements to offer citizens "spaces of freedom" from cities such as Zaragoza or Madrid with Popular Party governments.

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