the phrases that Cayetana Álvarez de Toledo leaves behind
Cayetana Álvarez de Toledo has been dismissed by Pablo Casado as parliamentary spokesperson for the Popular Party. Her time as spokesman for the PP has not left anyone indifferent, not even members of her own formation. The popular deputy has made controversial speeches from the platform of Congress, calling Pablo Iglesias's father a "terrorist" and has made surprising statements, calling the mayor of Manuela Carmena "senile politics" or calling the men "posh children". students who did an escrache at the Autonomous University of Barcelona.
His interventions in the electoral debates have not gone unnoticed either. In a confrontation with the socialist María Jesús Montero, he came to question female consent when having sexual relations: "Is silence a 'no'? Are you really saying 'yes, yes, yes' until the end? " and described Greta Thunberg's parents as "one of those who have done the most damage to the fight against climate change."