09-12-2020 | Cs
The national spokesperson for Cs regrets that the Government 'does not take advantage of all the structures that already exist, such as pharmacies, to test Covid'
"We will continue to register our anti-corruption law as many times as necessary to strip this scourge from our institutions," said the national spokesperson for Ciudadanos (Cs), Melisa Rodríguez, at a press conference after the meeting of the Permanent Committee of the liberal party. "This law was voted against by the parties that make up the Government and also by the independentistas," Rodríguez recalled, who assured that it is "something that does not surprise us because today we have seen how independence parties in the Generalitat have requested a vote an amnesty for embezzlers and also for those who have been convicted of crimes against our Constitution ”.
“It does not surprise us considering that this proposal comes from parties whose leader is accused of cutting public contracts, nor does it surprise us that the party led by Mr. Iglesias votes against it, since if it were for that law, it would not be measured today and for therefore it would be rendering accounts before the Justice like any other citizen ", has added the spokesman of the liberal party. Rodríguez explained that, due to the work of Ciudadanos, "Autonomous Communities such as Murcia, the Canary Islands, Castilla y León or Cantabria no longer have political backgrounds".
On the situation of the pandemic in the country, the spokeswoman for the Executive of Cs has regretted that the Government "does not take advantage of all the structures that already exist such as pharmacies to test Covid" and has insisted that "we will continue to defend that they are used all the necessary means to reach a diagnosis of the majority of the population ”.
In another vein, Rodríguez has demanded that the Government of Spain "say loud and clear that it does not recognize the electoral result of the last elections, fraud in Venezuela" because "the European Union has already done so and it is time for them to stop listen to who does not touch ”. Likewise, the spokesperson for the orange formation has revealed Cs' concern over the statements of the Foreign Minister in which she says that "you have to listen" to the former President of the Government José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero. "It is clear that the Government continues to command Iglesias and we have just discovered that Zapatero is his spokesman," said Rodríguez, who has also asked the Government to "listen to the Venezuelan people, the Venezuelan opposition and international institutions."