The president of the PP in the Valencian Community, Isabel Bonig, has stressed that the names that are coming from people affected by the operation of the Central Operational Unit (UCO) of the Civil Guard on the stage of government of his party in the City Council of Valencia "are not part of the PP, nor are they in the PP".
Bonig has pronounced like this on the operation of the UCO of this Tuesday that includes registries and arrests, among them the one of the lawyer Jose Maria Corbín, brother-in-law of the deceased exalcaldesa Rita Barberá, in relation to the stage of government of the PP in the City council of Valencia.
The popular leader has shown his "absolute respect" to all judicial actions and "police, in front of others" that when it is their turn they say that the action has been "disproportionate".
He pointed out that "it is curious" to leave this issue now, in full electoral campaign, but has defended that the PP has a program, a political project and is making its proposals known, and added that judicial and police actions have their own areas of action and "the courts will decide".
The president of the PPCV has assured that they do not have more information about this operation than the one that has appeared in the media, and she has assured that she is "occupying herself and worrying about what people are occupying and worrying her".