This has been said after Cospedal has released a statement announcing that he leaves his seat in Congress after the recordings of former commissioner José Manuel Villarejo. In her farewell, she asks the PP to defend her family when they are "unfairly attacked" and stresses that she has not done "anything" about what she feels "ashamed".
Montserrat, who has a close friendship with Cospedal and who was her campaign leader in the PP primaries held last summer, has had words of praise for the former defense minister after announcing that she leaves her minutes in the lower house.
"Politics has lost a great personality, I am proud to have shared the Council of Ministers and to have worked with María Dolores de Cospedal," she says in a message on her Twitter account, which Europa Press has collected. In addition, she adds that she will do "everything possible so that she continues to feel proud of the party that represents the values in which she believes". "Thank you!" He concludes.