Isabel Diaz Ayuso turned all the news bulbs this Sunday towards Felipe VI “What will the King do with the pardons, will they make him an accomplice?”.
The president of the Community of Madrid wondered in public what some of the main leaders of the PP have done to journalists for a few weeks on October.
However, Pablo Casado 36 has stopped that argument against the Government and has affirmed that the only “responsible” for this measure of grace is the Government of Pedro Sánchez, assuming that the Head of State will sign the pardons as he does with any government decree, because that is its constitutional function.
“No one except those who promote and applaud them are responsible for this deeply immoral and tragically wrong act.
There are no more accomplices than them in this act that does not close, but rather begins a new process of constitutional mutation to steal their sovereignty from the Spanish” , has affirmed before assuring that Felipe VI exercises the parliamentary monarchy “in an impeccable way”.
According to Casado 36 the announced pardons “add more tension to a society that the last thing it needs from its government is to weaken the institutions” and to “reward those who attempt against them.”
And Sánchez does it, he assured, “out of pure personal interest, out of an already pathological ambition for power.”
The leader of the popular has made that statement as soon as he began a speech he gave in an auditorium in Madrid in which he presented the national convention that he is organizing for October.
And he has done it far from the headquarters in Genoa, that building that he said in February that they would abandon to break with the past and the corruption scandals . At the moment it is being judged if the works of the headquarters were paid with black money.