12-09-2019 | Cs

The spokeswoman of Cs says that 'Torra lives installed in her imaginary republic where cutting wagons is freedom of expression but putting the anthem of Spain is incivious'

"Yesterday was not only the Diada, but the beginning of Torra's hot autumn." This has been said by the spokeswoman for Citizens (Cs) in the Parliament of Catalonia and the national executive of the party, Lorena Roldán, after attending the media. Roldán has condemned yesterday's attempt to assault the Parliament and the attacks suffered by journalists by the CDR’s and has indicated that the President of the Generalitat, Quim Torra, “has been warming the streets for months and yesterday they saw results”.

The spokeswoman has lamented that the president of the Parliament, Roger Torrent, "has not yet condemned the facts" and has warned that, "although there were fewer participants in the demonstration of the Diada, they are increasingly radicalized." "Part of the independence movement has been radicalized and they have found their justification in Torra," he said and noted that "the irresponsible attitude of" the president "calls for disobedience is not lost on anyone." "If one is dedicated to heat the streets, then there are consequences," he said.

Roldan has affirmed that "Torra lives installed in his imaginary republic where cutting wagons is freedom of expression" but that, instead, "putting the anthem of Spain is incivious." He has denounced that the Mossos have identified the people who yesterday put the anthem in tribute to Rafael Casanovas and has pointed out that it is “one more sample of how the Mossos are used as political police”.

Finally, the orange deputy has lamented that while all this happens, the president of the Government, Pedro Sánchez "is absent hidden behind his nationalist partners." "We want to remind Sanchez that Torra will be the first president sitting on the bench for those accused of disobedience," he said and clarified that "the Catalans have a president who every day reaffirms that he will again take a coup d'etat."

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