Arrimadas clings to the harsh speech against the independentistas to compete with PP and Vox
Not even four years have passed since the historic victory of Ciudadanos in the Catalan elections of December 21, 2017. Four intense, vertiginous and especially hard years for its current leader, Inés Arrimadas, in his few months in office. The then candidate for the Generalitat de Catalunya won the regional elections, making her formation the first party that managed to surpass the nationalists and independentists in votes and seats: 36 deputies and more than one million votes. He achieved it with an extremely harsh speech against the leaders of the procés. Very similar to the one he has recovered now, with the addition that the sharpest darts are also directed against the Government of Pedro Sánchez and its determination to pardon the imprisoned leaders. A decision that had served Albert Rivera as ammunition against the PSOE leader during his last years at the head of Ciudadanos and that Sánchez denied in those duels.
Arrimadas: from agreeing with the Government of Sánchez to accuse him of doing "barbarities"