The president of the PP, Pablo Casado, has assured that there were many people to the demonstration this Sunday in the center of Madrid despite the fact that much more assistance was expected from the 50,000 people who gathered against the "betrayal" of President Sánchez and to ask for general elections when before. In addition, he is convinced that what occurred on Friday, with the breakdown of the negotiation between the Government and the independence movement, is nothing more than "a staging".
In statements to Onda Cero, the leader of the popular has assured that the mobilization this Sunday has been the certification of the end of Sanchez, so that the president of the Government will end his days at the head of the central executive thanks to a motion of censure " in two phases ", first with the local and European elections on May 26 and, if the result is" clear enough ", it will be forced to call general elections. In any case, Casado has opined that also on May 26 would be "a beautiful day to put three and four ballot boxes", so it would be the day chosen to combine all the electoral appointments in a 'superdomingo'.
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The leader has made it clear that the breakdown of negotiations last Friday is not believed, because "we just have to listen to Sánchez when he said that something has to be voted" in Catalonia and that the Statute "has not been voted on". "What does it mean to vote?" Has been questioned, since "it accepts a road map of nationalism" because "the figure of having to vote something is very typical of independence populism" and.
On the demonstration, Married has avoided assessing whether it was expected to attend a larger number of people, but has come to justify the low attendance in the fact that "was organized in three days and was a broadcast and televised sequence." The popular leader has commented that "it was a reaction" to the press conference of Vice President Calvo when during the week he confirmed that he was talking about appointing a rapporteur. "We had no alternative" because "we saw too many things negotiating", among which has cited the transfer of the independence prisoners to Catalonia, the 21 measures proposed by the Government, the "reception in Pedralbes", the "pardons" and, ultimately instance, "that of the rapporteur", that "it was already the red line and that's why we went out on the street", he has justified.
For Casado, "we have been trying for 40 years to integrate those who want to disintegrate Spain", and the government "will not stop negotiating", but "they have only made a staging that they will break when they have been negotiating for a long time", interpreted
The leader of the PP has insisted that does not rule out "any regulatory mechanism" as the motion of censorship, to throw Sanchez de la Moncloa, although "no sum", because neither PNV, nor Canary Coalition, nor Citizens would support it, has confirmed .