Abascal Investiture demands from Feijóo that the PP abandon "squeamishness and complexes" to "build the alternative" with Vox

"Don't forget that Vox is not your enemy and that it is not going to disappear

Abascal Investiture demands from Feijóo that the PP abandon "squeamishness and complexes" to "build the alternative" with Vox

"Don't forget that Vox is not your enemy and that it is not going to disappear." The chamber was still in a state of shock over the PSOE's strategy to prevent Pedro Sánchez from intervening in the investiture when Santiago Abascal took the floor for the first time in a debate in which Vox, despite not having a great role, does have importance for the calculations of the Popular Party. Vox will vote in favor of the investiture of Alberto Núñez Feijóo, but demands from the popular that this support translates into a normalization of the relationship between both parties, which for a few months have shared local and regional governments throughout the country. For this reason, he called for expanding these agreements as a first step to "build the alternative" to the "coup."

"They have a large part of the responsibility for why we have come this far," Abascal blamed the PP bench, which he blamed for having deepened the "demonization campaign" of Vox orchestrated by the left that led, in the eyes of Abascal, in which the right does not have enough today to form a government and the future of the country remains in the hands of the independence movement.

Thus, on this occasion Abascal celebrated the climate of understanding between the PP and Vox in recent weeks in order to "portray the worst government in the history of Spain" and, with their united votes, stop the "hopelessness of millions of Spaniards." " given the progress of negotiations between the left and separatist formations. What's more, the leader of Vox sees in the affirmative vote of both parties "the acquisition of the commitment to work together to stop the advance of coup separatism", which reinforces the agreements already reached throughout the country.

Abascal took the opportunity to demand that Feijóo put aside the "squeamishness" and "complexes" in his ranks and fully trust Vox. Days ago, the party already urged Genoa to disavow spokesperson Borja Sémper for calling Abascal's people radical: "I ask you to take an absolute and definitive distance from those who continue to despise three million Spaniards," claimed the president of Vox. from the speakers' gallery.

Abascal always used a positive tone with the popular candidate and highlighted the common points that Feijóo's speech showed, such as the fight against squatting, a national water plan or the need to simplify the autonomous structure. Yes, he disfigured the PP with his refusal to support the two motions of censure presented by Vox during the last investiture.

Feijóo, in his turn to reply, thanked Vox for its support, although he highlighted the "notorious differences" that greatly separate both acronyms. In fact, Feijóo reminded Abascal that his objective has always been to achieve sufficient majorities to not depend on anyone else, and he said that "Vox understands that Spain is in a compromised situation."