The recovery of the leadership of the center-right started last Thursday by the president of the PP, Pablo Casado, has led to government already Vox to readjust your strategy.
The turn has been evident this Wednesday in Congress where both went out to attack the popular by making them a political “clamp.” On the one hand, the spokesperson for Vox, Iván Espinosa de los Monteros, accused the party of Married to be part of the entente of the socialists and communists. On the other, the second vice president, Pablo Iglesias, accused the popular of being “trapped by the extreme right.”
For a moment, it seemed that the party that occupied the blue bench was was the PP, and not him PSOE in alliance with United We Can. Not surprisingly, what the hemicycle was celebrating was the executive control session.
Espinosa de los Monteros He started this strategy by dedicating a good part of his face to face with the first vice president, Carmen Calvo, to charge against the popular.
“Do they intend to silence the only remaining opposition party? Because of course you have already achieved to tame to the other party that was left (the PP) with so much applause and congratulations from Mr. Sánchez, Mr. Iglesias, from the journalists of that consensus that you have managed to generate and have already managed to get them closer to your field, and they have you begging for some kind of agreement with you, “he said, referring to Casado’s offer to support a state of alarm if it is reduced from six months to eight weeks.
The Vox spokesman has continued to assure that the Government has already “approved” the popular and has given them “the Democrats’ card and they are all happy.
“And, in gratitude, they celebrate it with you at parties until the wee hours while they laugh at the Spaniards whom they leave confined and those who threaten all kinds of sanctions if they behave with you,” he continued, referring to the act held by a means of communication in which positions from different political parties coincided.
Espinosa continued insisting on the idea that the Government “has already achieved that all the parties in this Chamber except one are on its side” and that Vox is the only party that remains in opposition to the Executive.
It did not take long for Iglesias to follow him, who used his duel with the general secretary of the PP, Teodoro Garcia Egea, to accuse this party of the opposite: being “trapped by the extreme right.” “What balance do you make of eight months of competition with Vox?”, he asked the number two of the PP despite being a control session to the Government.
«His moderate speech has lasted less than Mr. Abascal’s military. You continue to compete not only in style and in seeing who says the most outrageousness and uses the least polite and most disagreeable tone against the Government “but you are also” structurally trapped “because they govern in three autonomies from the hand of Vox, the leader added. of Podemos.
“The supposed moderate speech of Casado is nothing,” he continued. “They are trapped because with their irresponsible ultra-nationalist discourse they gave wings to the right and that extreme right is devouring you and citizens,” he closed.