The Leader of Vox, Santiago Abascal, is located in Mexico to gather supports in its international battle against the group that brings together the Latin American radical left and those who are parties, among others, the former Spanish president José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, the Minister Irene Montero, Lula da Silva, Rafael Correa and Evo Morales.
Abascal has landed in the last hours and has presented its initiative of the Charter of Madrid at the Senate of Mexico. He has been Senator Julen Rethone, coordinator of the Parliamentary Group of the National Action Party (PAN), who has exercised the host of the event, in which different senators and congressmen have participated both from the bread and the PRI, the two main parties of the Opposition The Mexican President, Manuel López Obrador.
The Letter of Madrid aspires to become a response to the Forum of São Paulo and the group of Puebla, a coalition of parties founded in 1990 by Fidel Castro and Lula da Silva who, as explained by Vox, "has been a determining to the boom of the Extreme left in Ibero-America ". Among its founders are Rafael Correa, José Mújica, Evo Morales, Irene Montero, José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero and Alberto Fernández.
During the event in the Mexican Senate, the Senators of the Julen Rome, Alejandra Reynoso, Martha Márquez, Lilly Téllez, and Roberto Moya have adhered to the initiative; The deputies of this same party America Rangel and Raul Torres; As well as the deputy of the PRI and Vice Coordinator of the Manuel Añorve Baths. Of the 25 Senators of the Bread, 15 have supported the Disence Initiative. They have also subscribed the letter from Madrid two local deputies and one federal.
In this framework for the fight against the group of Puebla, a Vox delegation also moved to Ecuador to attend the possession of the President, Guillermo Lasso, where he maintained several meetings with the new Minister of Defense, Fernando Donoso, or the EX Vice President Otto Sonnenholzner, to add new signatories to the Charter of Madrid. The interest awakened by the initiative in this country provoked the tough criticism of former President Rafael Correa (member of the Puebla group).
In his letter from Madrid, developed by dissent, VOX exposes: "A part of the region is kidnapped by totalitarian regimes of communist inspiration, supported by drug trafficking and third countries. All of them, under the umbrella of the Cuban regime and initiatives such as the forum of São Paulo and the group of Puebla, who infiltrate the power centers to impose their ideological agenda. "
"The progress of communism supposes a serious threat to prosperity and the development of our nations, as well as for freedoms and rights of our compatriots. The rule of law, the rule of law, the separation of powers, the freedom of Expression and private property are essential elements that guarantee the proper functioning of our societies, so they should be especially protected against those who try to undermine them. "
"The future of the Countries of the Iberosthera must be based on respect for democracy, human rights, pluralism, human dignity and justice," sign signers.Updated Date: 03 September 2021, 09:09