In an interview with the European newspapers 'The Guardian', 'Le Monde', 'Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung' and 'La Repubblica', Sánchez says that the "techniques" used by the Catalan independence movement are "very similar" to those he used during the campaign in favor of Brexit the leader of the ultra-right of UKIP, Nigel Farage.
"They said 'Europe steals us' or 'Spain steals us' or 'If we had more economic resources ...'", recalls Sanchez, who is clear about how to embark on campaigns or political projects "based on lies" leads societies to a "dead end" of difficult management.
FROM INTERNAL TO GLOBAL PROBLEM
For the President of the Government, it would be convenient to learn the lessons left by the Brexit or the crisis in Catalonia, including how the internal problems within a political formation can become a "global problem".
In the current circumstances, Sanchez has recommended to the British parliamentarians that they approve the divorce agreement with the EU because it is the "only possible and viable" to avoid a disorderly and abrupt exit from the United Kingdom.
On post-electoral pacts after the April 28 generals, Sanchez has insisted on his intention to govern alone, although he has taken care not to exclude any force from those possible pacts. "I will speak with all the political parties but always within the limits of the Constitution and of legality," he said.
In the interview, Sanchez took the opportunity to convey his concern about how the emergence of Vox is radicalizing the discourse of PP and Citizens, while criticizing the training 'orange' to establish a sanitary cordon around the PSOE and not the ultra right.