The former president of the Government, Felipe González, has assured this Thursday, when asked about the controversial statements of the second vice president, Pablo Iglesias, about “democratic normality”, that “when he messes up, the most appropriate thing is to get it out soon”, although he has recognized that he does not want “to take her out.”
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González has spoken like this, in statements to the media, after participating in the Euroforo Vocento ‘Europe, Europe. To be or not to be ‘, after being asked about the words of the United We Can leader, questioning that in Spain there is no “full democratic normality”, and that they have led almost all the members of the government’s socialist wing to come out to defend quality of Spanish democracy.
“In politics, when he messes up, we all screw it up, the best thing to do is get it out soon, and I don’t want him to get it out,” said the former president, who has already been critical of Iglesias and his training on numerous occasions. .
They have also criticized the words of Iglesias, and have even asked for his dismissal, other former socialist leaders such as Nicolás Redondo, the former president of the Community of Madrid Joaquín Leguina, the former Minister of the Interior in the Government of Felipe González, José Luis Corcuera, or the former mayor from La Coruña, Francisco Vázquez.