08-10-2019 | Cs
The president of Cs warns that 'many voters of the PSOE would be more comfortable in agreements with the constitutionalists than with the separatists'
"I ask the PSOE to rectify and talk about reforms for a Great National Agreement in an exceptional situation." This was stated by the president of Citizens (Cs), Albert Rivera, during an interview with the radio program 'More than One' of Onda Cero.
"We went out to win Sanchez, but if we remain in the opposition and a pact with the PP and the PSOE is necessary, we will do it" because "we have big pending issues in our country" and therefore I propose "a Great National Agreement that speaks of education, birth, measures against depopulation or tax cuts "Rivera has defended. "I worry that Sánchez will continue to ask that the opposition surrender and that his partners cannot negotiate with him," the Cs leader warned, while asking "to look for what unites us and not what separates us in these exceptional situations. ".
The president of the orange formation has stressed that "this campaign has to talk about the day after the elections" to configure "the direction that this country must take" and in which "the Spanish must be the main protagonists." "Let's take advantage of this crisis situation as a great opportunity, I didn't get into politics to block if not to work for the Spaniards and be part of their solution and not their problems," Rivera warned.
On the situation in Catalonia, the leader of the liberal formation has ensured that "we would have supported Iceta in a motion of censure that seeks to remove Torra," a president of the Generalitat who "applauds and votes in favor of the violent. "What else can we do to convince the PSOE in Catalonia that the adversary is Torra and not the constitutionalists?" Asked the president of Cs, while stressing that "many voters of the PSOE would be more comfortable in agreements with the constitutionalists that with the separatists "." I fight every point, I don't fight for a loss and I have been fighting for decades against polls that predict bad results, death threats and those who don't want to transform our country, "Rivera concluded.