The president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, has accused the president of the Generalitat, Quim Torra, of positioning herself on the side of an "incipient batasunización" in Catalonia.
Ayuso has referred to the words of Torra, who said on Sunday that he cannot "condemn what does not exist", since "independence has always been peaceful," and therefore "collides with violence in a natural way."
The Madrid president has said that there are "big problems of coexistence" in Catalonia and an autonomous government is seen that what it does is position itself "on the side of that incipient batasunización".
"Always on the side of them. What we want is to offer the citizens of all Spain the same stability that we are going to offer in Madrid and, above all, we are very short of getting it," he said in statements to the media during the holidays from Las Rozas.
On the other hand, the Madrid president has assured that the economic "deceleration" has affected all the communities including "Madrid, since it is not an island". "We are a region that brings light into all that instability," he said.
He also recalled the "worst years of socialism" with José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero as president when, as Díaz Ayuso said, "the economy was sinking and breaking this country," while in Madrid taxes were lowered and "freedom was given to the citizens".
Finally, he has sent a message of union to all the voters of the center-right to "put on the ropes" a government that accuses of "dynamiting" coexistence "and impoverishing the region," drying up and allowing violent acts ", has added.
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