The Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Luis Planas, criticized the leader of the PP, Pablo Casado, for going to Brussels to "try to get a budget project of a country to be knocked down by the European Union", something that had not been produced previously nor governing the PSOE nor the PP.
"Is this patriotism? Is it loyalty?" Asked Planas during his participation in a municipal debate forum organized by the PSOE in Zaragoza to address the "Challenges to combat depopulation", in which he has also asked himself if it is what Casado "wants for our country".
According to the minister, in Europe they look at Spain "with admiration" because they are trying to "respect budgetary discipline" and the fight against inequality is "absolutely necessary", he added, before concluding that Brussels "looks at us with good eyes because we are serious and committed people. "
Also the president of Aragón, Javier Lambán, has indicated that "he has noses" that Casado goes to Europe with that purpose, since he has criticized the neoliberals and the "Casado de Turno" because "never" will invest in Teruel or Aragón and "in what is not profitable in the short term".
Asked about the meeting held yesterday by the leader of Podemos, Pablo Iglesias, and the president of ERC, Oriol Junqueras, in the prison of Lledoners, Lambán has pointed out that "neither of these two characters" awaken in him "absolutely no sympathy".