Politics Gamarra calls for people to attend the demonstration in Madrid: "Feijóo or amnesty"

The general secretary of the Popular Party, Cuca Gamarra, stated this Saturday that next week's investiture session of the PP leader, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, is about choosing between "Feijóo or amnesty" and has made a call to participate in the demonstration called by the party for this Sunday in Madrid

Politics Gamarra calls for people to attend the demonstration in Madrid: "Feijóo or amnesty"

The general secretary of the Popular Party, Cuca Gamarra, stated this Saturday that next week's investiture session of the PP leader, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, is about choosing between "Feijóo or amnesty" and has made a call to participate in the demonstration called by the party for this Sunday in Madrid.

Asked about the possible favorable vote of socialist deputies for Feijóo's investiture, Gamarra pointed out that "there is still time" for the PSOE to carry out an internal debate, if Pedro Sánchez "allows it", since the " big problem" of the PSOE is that "it is subjected" to it.

"Nothing is set in stone and they can still reflect and the PSOE can think if it is willing to deliver what Puigdemont and Junqueras are asking of them, which is equality between all Spaniards and say that democracy did not work when a coup d'état was attempted. in 2017," he stated.

In his opinion, "the PSOE should reconsider and think if it is worth crossing that line they are willing to cross."

For Gamarra, "there are many voices within the PSOE that in recent weeks have been positioning themselves and raising their voices. They can also do so internally in the PSOE and prevent it from taking that step that they will regret, without a doubt."

Gamarra has appeared before the media within the framework of the XIII Plenary Session of the Spanish Federation of Municipalities and Provinces (FEMP) to highlight that "there are no first- and second-class Spaniards" and that the amnesty, the self-determination referendum, equality between all Spaniards and financing are not negotiable.

In that sense, the popular has indicated that they are missing four votes to achieve the investiture but that "they have plenty of reasons to govern Spain" and preside over an Executive in which "equality is not at risk."

In this context, and in view of the demonstration called tomorrow by the conservative party against the amnesty, Gamarra pointed out that this Sunday "all of us who do not resign ourselves, rebel."

"Tomorrow we have the opportunity to rebel, I invite all those who do not want a Spain where some have legal privileges, that is, who are above the law, to join," he added.

More specifically, Gamarra has pointed out that "no one is above the law in this country. Even if your last name is Sánchez, even if your last name is Puigdemont, even if your last name is Junqueras, even if your last name is Otegi, the law has to be the same for everyone and "The rule of law must apply exactly the same to all of us."

The popular leader has also declared her confidence in Spanish municipalism, which already "rose" in 2017 when the independence movement "went so far and put the constitutional order in check."