The leader of the PP and candidate for the Presidency of the Government, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, announced this Sunday to the Spaniards that they did not vote for a change in the constitutional regime and has harshly attacked the PSOE for being “complicit” in the “indignity” that He intends for Pedro Sánchez to continue in Moncloa.
“There is no consent from the Spanish people to stop being a nation of free and equal citizens,” he proclaimed at the PP event against the amnesty in the Plaza de Felipe II that brought together some 60,000 people, according to PP sources. Former presidents José María Aznar and Mariano Rajoy, as well as the president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, and the mayor of the capital, José Luis Martínez Almeida, also participated in the call.
Two days before his investiture debate in Congress, Feijóo has warned Sánchez that if they want to discuss in parliament whether the Spaniards have voted for this change or not in the constitutional regime. According to him, he added, the PP is not going to “negotiate fraud” and has criticized that they are “disguised” with “euphemisms.”
“Of course not that no Spaniards voted, at least 94% of Spaniards voted for a change in the constitutional regime. That was not voted on, that is a fraud aggravated and reiterated by the same person,” he proclaimed, garnering strong applause. .