In an interview in 'The Goal' of La Sexta, collected by Europa Press, the leader of the orange training has ensured that "in democracy" there must be "clean and clear rules" and that "nobody, think what you think, has to be spied on. "
However, Rivera has requested prudence until it is the Justice that refutes or confirms if the information published by the digital newspaper Moncloa.com is true, which published last Thursday some audios in which the chief inspector José Ángel Fuentes was heard Gago openly ask for help from former Venezuelan minister Rafael Isea so that "the Podemos can not reach the government in Spain.
"In this garbage, which smells like garbage, it seems that there are thousands of illegal recordings, and that is a crime, I do not want to comment on a crime, we hope that the Justice decides, I want to know the truth, but that the judges tell us" , has pointed.
However, the leader of Citizens has explained that "how democrat" will not accept "never" that this happens "nor with the worst political rival". "Because we are all democrats, if this were proven, it would be very serious," he said.