The beeps that part of the attendees of the October 12 parade dedicated to the Government president continue to bother and offer opposition an easy argument to attack against Pedro Sánchez. This pets has been the spokesman for the popular in the Senate, Javier Maroto, who has accused the personnel of the Moncloa of pressing the citizens so that he did not boom the president when he leaves the street.
The Popular Senator has insured having seen videos on social networks in which collaborators of the Government President appear "Rilding people on the street" and reproaching them: "We had already stayed in that Sánchez came to see them alone if he was not pited" .
Sánchez has accused the blow and has reproached the PP that he does not consider any president who is not from his ranks legitimate. He keeps having assumed that citizens can boom and shout at him as it happened at the national holiday parade, but not so insult him. "It's like a pity", he has assured him, "listening to the first legitimizer opposition party in the insults. Insults seems counterproductive."
Pedro Sánchez has lamented what in his opinion is a repetitive attitude of the PP and that it is not to consider it suitable or legitimate to lead the country to any Socialist president. A behavior to which the head of the government has responded with the following warning: "This bench has, no more but no less, the same right as you, if the Spaniards want, to govern this country."Updated Date: 20 October 2021, 14:39