The PP project seeks to recover understanding and development
The president of the Basque PP, Alfonso Alonso, said Sunday that the project of his party is "to recover the path of understanding, economic growth and social development" against the "division" that, in his opinion, characterizes the proposals of the PNV and the PSOE of Pedro Sánchez.
Alonso has starred this morning in Bilbao an election ceremony with the candidate of the PP to deputy general of Bizkaia, Amaya Fernandez, and the aspiring of the formation to the Acadía of the Basque capital, Raquel González.
The president of the Basque PP has pointed out, in reference to ETA terrorism, that his party "knows what it is to fight for freedom and coexistence" and added that to live in coexistence "there can be no first and second class citizens" how it happens "in Bilbao and the Basque Country and they want it to happen in Spain".
In Bilbao, as you have said, if you are not a nationalist, you "have a bad time" and "if you go to a job interview and do not hide that you are not a nationalist, you are not caught".
Alonso, who has advocated a society in which non-nationalists can live "as comfortable" as the nationalists, has warned that "that division is the one that Sanchez raises in Spain" to defend that "you have to have these ideas and you can not have others. "
The popular leader has considered that the next general elections are "an opportunity" for citizens to tell Sanchez that "he has not defended the solidarity of the Spanish and the sovereignty of the nation", besides not working "for concord, but to divide".