The secretary general of the PP, Teodoro García Egea, has asked the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, that when he meets the Generalitat, Quim Torra, show him the sentence that disables him for "disobedience to Spanish laws" and "Find out that you can't continue being president."
For García Egea, this meeting with Torra is the "payment of the price of his investiture to some partners that made him president", fulfilling "the commitments with Torra and Bildu and ignoring those he acquired with the Spaniards in the electoral campaign", he assured at the entrance to an informative breakfast of the director of ABC, Beito Rubido.
"I would like Sanchez when he meets Torra to take the sentence; I would like that instead of signing a blank check to continue insulting justice and recognize him as the legitimate president of the Generalitat, let him know that the Spanish courts they have sentenced as someone who should not continue another minute in front of the Generalitat, "he said.
García Egea has opined that Sánchez would not meet with any president of an autonomous community that would have been convicted if it were not Torra and if he does it is because "he needs him to be sitting in the armchair".
"And at this point, the state attorney general and deputy number five of the PSOE, Dolores Delgado, is a fundamental piece for Sanchez to fulfill his commitments and for the Prosecutor's Office to serve Torra, Junqueras and not Spain," he added.
The secretary general of the PP has insisted that the controversy of the parental pin is a smokescreen to cover the appointment of Dolores Delgado and has defended that each autonomous community use the mechanisms that it establishes to guarantee the freedom of the parents to choose the education of their children.
"I think that the PSOE is not bothered by the mechanism used, but what bothers him in education is that parents are free to choose their children's education, it does not seem much that Celaá cares about this, since it seems that he does not have many problems when choosing the center that wants to take their children, "he said.