The PP Deputy Secretary for Communication recalls the promise of Pedro Sánchez, when he said that he would "never ever" negotiate with Bildu, after learning that he has given his government a free hand to sit with a political group that does not condemn terrorism
– He assures that the PP "is not going to deviate from what is important" and is going to continue exercising a "firm opposition", for which he demands a commission of inquiry into the management of the pandemic by the Government, which hides where it has gone to stop the medical material acquired and that did not deliver to the CCAA or the real number of deaths from coronavirus.
– He considers it "striking" that PSOE and United We can rule out an investigation commission in Congress on this latest political formation, accused of irregular financing, which also responds to criticism with attacks on judges and the media.
– Reiterates the "sharp and clear" commitment of the president of the PP, Pablo Casado, with "exemplarity and transparency" and recalls his words: "who does it, pays it", respecting at all times the judicial procedures and the presumption of innocence.
– It emphasizes that the Spanish demand political formations "respectful of the institutions", for which it emphasizes that "we will always respect judicial decisions and the presumption of innocence, something that other parties do not do, which attack Justice for doing their job"