Ramón Tamames, the candidate for the Presidency, has closed his participation in the debate on the motion of no confidence, accusing the speakers representing the Government and the PSOE of having offered the Spaniards a meeting, creating a situation of "friend enemy" and drawing again "the two Spains, worse than those of 36" and many others of not having been an example of "coexistence".
"I did not expect a rally like this at the headquarters of national sovereignty," he said, referring to a Patxi López who, he said, by dint of shouting "was on the verge of a heart attack." And he has expressed concern that arms concessions to Ukraine have not gone through Parliament and that no explanation has been given for handing over the Sahara to Morocco. Tamames has also complained about the trivialization that is now made of the word "fascist", as if this were Poland or Hungary.
Regarding feminist politics, she has accused the government parties of using women as "bargaining currency". "For women we have Isabel la Católica, who had more power than the king. And today we have more rapes than before feminism"
"You have La Moncloa syndrome, you think you are doing very well but take a walk down the street," he recommended.
Tamames has assured that he believed that he would find "some points of consensus" in this session, but this has not been the case. Then he referred one by one to all the parliamentary spokesmen who have intervened in the session while many of them smiled condescendingly. He has especially referred to the Basque nationalists, whom he has reproached for their demand for more autonomy. "Separatism does not make sense," he assured.
The candidate has insisted that "this house", the Congress, "is not for shouting." Tamames has thus made ugly the exalted speeches that have been heard from spokesmen such as the PSOE or Compromís. And he has regretted that all this has not been an example of "coexistence".
He thanked the PP spokeswoman, Cuca Gamarra, for her "affection" but reproached her for having decided not to vote in favor of a motion of censure that, for him, "has not been idle", because it has served to "to give impetus to political interest and outline the Spanish situation".
Tamames, finally, has thanked everyone for having endured his words.
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