Cosidó has thus interpreted the absence on Sunday of socialist leaders of the act convened by Citizens in Alsasua (Navarra) to support the Fuerazs and State Security Corps as well as "the Spanishness" of the Autonomous Community, and following the statements of the spokesperson of the PSOE in the Senate, Ander Gil, for whom a serious irresponsibility has been committed in celebrating yesterday's act because it "fuels conflicts".
In an informative meeting in the Upper House, Ignacio Cosidó said that his party had "verified" the "change of alliances" of the PSOE after its arrival in the Government, by "the mortgages" of the votes with which it was elected, but that the declarations of Ander Gil place in his judgment to the socialists "of the side of which they protested" this Sunday in Alsasua to the participants in the act.
He added that the opposition of the leadership of the PSOE to the concentration in the town of Navarre "explains that there are people who think that the PSOE is totally disoriented."
The spokesman 'popular' has said that his party was yesterday "where he has always been," backing the Civil Guard, and he came with the "express mandate" of the national leadership of the PP to support the party in Navarra. It has thus played down the criticism of some leaders of the Basque PP, such as Borja Sémper, who opted not to "light up" and not be allowed to give "lessons" in defense of the Civil Guard by Vox or Citizens.
Ignacio Cosidó has insisted that the PP has always maintained the same positions that he defended yesterday in Alsasua and that he believed it was where he had to be this Sunday. If other parties share that space, he said, "delighted." "But we are not going to move," he underlined, and he assured that members of the Basque PP also attended the ceremony.
The spokesman also wanted to make clear that it seems appropriate to coincide with Vox if it is to demonstrate against separatism and violence. "That all the democrats are united is good, I insist that yesterday I missed some party", he reiterated with respect to the PSOE.