The spokesperson of the PSOE in Congress and Deputy Secretary General of the party, Adriana Lastra, said today that if the former president of the Government, José María Aznar, really wants to return to politics, "let him be courageous, step forward and present himself to the elections".
Lastra has referred to this in an act at the Convention Center of Es Mercadal (Menorca) which also involved the general secretary of the PSIB-PSOE, Francina Armengol, and the mayor of the town, Francesc Ametller.
In his speech, the Deputy Secretary-General of the Socialists has assured that the PP, Citizens and the "ultra-right xenophobic" of VOX form the so-called "tripartite right" that "comes to fracture the coexistence" and that "they are all political sons of Aznar "
Thus, he has addressed the former president of the Government to say that "if you want to return to politics, to be brave, step up and present to the elections."
Precisely last Thursday in an interview in El Mundo, the former president refused to be the intellectual father of the three formations right and center right, while ensuring that the biggest problem that has Spain is, to a large extent, "the PSOE today , that of Pedro Sánchez. "
With regard to Catalonia, has charged against the Catalan government and the right to those who have accused of inheriting an "unprecedented territorial crisis" because both as they were wrapped in flags "to cover the cuts."
Although he wanted to make clear that "there is no flag so great to cover the cuts of some and others".
Lastra has briefly mentioned that the Executive will hold the next Council of Ministers in Barcelona, but has not made reference to the controversy over security and possible protests before the Government meeting in Barcelona.
Along with this territorial crisis, has also pointed out that the PSOE has inherited an "unprecedented social crisis", led by poor workers, mobilizations of women and a country at the head of the EU in inequality, which made one of the first decisions of Pedro Sánchez to reach the Moncloa was "to allocate 10 million euros to end child poverty."
But all this, he pointed out, was accompanied by an "unprecedented institutional crisis," when "some judges ruled that the government party is a corrupt party, and that Rajoy had no credibility before the judges."