The president of Vox, Santiago Abascal, will premiere on Monday in an investiture debate and will do so claiming the democratic legitimacy of his party against the candidate for the presidency of the Government, Pedro Sanchez, who has denied any contact.
Although from the first moment the no of the 24 deputies of Vox is sung to the socialist candidate, given that their positions are of the most remote, in the extreme right party they see in the attitude of Sanchez a lack of respect towards their almost three million of voters.
They reproach him for his rebuffs and reproach him for not calling his president or even for parliamentary courtesy during the round of talks for the investiture, despite being the fifth parliamentary force, behind the PSOE, PP, Ciudadanos and Unidas Podemos.
Regardless of complaints, laments and reproaches, Abascal will focus his first speech from the rostrum of the Congress of Deputies in defense of the principles and values that have marked the messages of Vox since its irruption in the political scene, according to party sources.
Spain is in a situation of national emergency as a result of the Catalan crisis, denounced in the training, which would be willing to support the initiatives of "any" government to restore the constitutional order in Catalonia and stop the separatists, including the application of new article 155 of the Constitution.
This was his leader's commitment in the press conference he offered on June 3 after being received by the King at the Palacio de la Zarzuela during the round of contacts with the parliamentary representatives for the investiture of a President of the Government.
Abascal will also pose as a "social emergency" the fight against the demographic crisis that in his opinion affects the country and denounce, according to sources, the situation of "millions of Spaniards who do not find a decent job and who can not become independent or form a family".
It will also denounce the "exorbitant" size of a State that "acts as if its resources were unlimited" and the "sectarian totalitarianism of the left" and will defend the middle classes and the most disadvantaged, which it believes are "absolutely forgotten by the action politics, except for the rhetoric of the old parties. "
The president of Vox has dedicated the last days to prepare his speech together with his team, in addition to the general secretary of the party, Javier Ortega Smith, and his spokesman in Congress, Iván Espinosa de los Monteros.
It is not clear if Abascal's intervention will take place during Monday's investiture debate session or Tuesday's session. It depends on how long the interventions of the rest of the leaders of the main parties are prolonged.
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