This is how the "popular" leader pronounced after Iglesias confirmed his intention to meet "as soon as possible" with Oriol Junqueras, who is in preventive detention in the prison of Lledoners by the 'procés'.
"It looks a lot like what Mr. Iglesias is going to do with Mr. Junqueras to what Mr. Zapatero seems to have been doing a few days ago with Mr. Otegi, the Government should not be silent because in the end the caller gives," he said. García Egea in statements on Telecinco, collected by Europa Press. "IT IS NOT ADMISSIBLE"
In his opinion, "it is not good" that the citizens of a country like Spain, which needs to "look to the future" and is "pro-European and open", are seeing how the budgets "are negotiated in the prison of Lledoners or in Brussels with a fugitive from the Spanish Justice ", in allusion to Junqueras and the former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont.
After ensuring that it is "admissible" what is happening, stressed that the legislature is "exhausted" and what Spain needs is that the head of the Executive, Pedro Sanchez, and call elections so that the Spaniards endorse or not with their vote this type of actions.
REQUESTS EXPLANATIONS TO SÁNCHEZ: "EL QUE CALLA OTORGA"
In addition, the secretary general of the PP has asked the government if he sent the former president Zapatero to see Otegi in the Basque Country to seek the support of Bildu Budgets. In his opinion, the Executive "should not be silent because in the end the caller gives".
In similar terms has been expressed the spokesman of the Popular Party in the Senate, Ignacio Cosidó, who has criticized the Government by attributing the negotiations of the PGE to a "political prisoner", Junqueras, and the leader of Podemos, who "has arrested" to the president of the Government.
"How bad is the government for the PGE to be negotiated in prison by a political prisoner and another Pablo Iglesias, who has arrested President Sánchez," the popular spokesman has sentenced in a message on his Twitter account collected by Europa Press.