Pedro Rollán defends that the Bill presented by the PP "would encircle the mafias, the violent and save many suffering to those affected and resources to the Administration"
The senator of the Popular Parliamentary Group for Madrid (GPP), Pedro Rollán, today called on the Executive to take measures to stop "the outrage" of the occupation. The Madrid senator has asked the Minister of the Interior, Fernando Grande-Marlaska, if he is really concerned about the data on the illegal occupation in Spain.
During his speech, in the control session of the Government in the Senate, Pedro Rollán has stated that the occupation, with more than 40 daily cases in Spain, “worries the owners who lose their homes as well as the closest neighbors who suffer the consequences of mafias, insecurity, unhealthy conditions or violence ”.
"The terrible situation of the occupation worries us all except Vice President Pablo Iglesias, he has the privilege of having a legion of the Civil Guard around his case," he stressed.
In this sense, Rollán recalled that our Security Forces and Bodies have reiterated in the media that they see insufficient the instructions of the Prosecutor's Office to stop the occupation and consider that more specificity is needed and that it is only making up the problem.
Therefore, to stop this "outrage" the popular senator has recalled that the PP has presented a Bill that would remove the occupiers in just 12 hours, "just what our society demands." And he has defended that the initiative, with five concise points, "would encircle the mafias, the violent and save many suffering to those affected and resources to the Administration."
In this context, Rollán has appealed to Grande-Marlaska to "impose himself on his pro-occupation government partners, release ideological ballast, evict Podemos from the Council of Ministers and they and a good part of the Spanish will fall asleep."
"A crime against property cannot generate a right and it does not matter to us whether it belongs to a private individual or a fund, because the consequences suffered by neighbors are the same," he concluded.