Espinosa says that Borja Sémper has “corrected” Mañueco, despite what had been signed by the Board
MADRID, 17 (.) – The Vox spokesman in Congress, Iván Espinosa de los Monteros, qualified this Tuesday that reviewing the government pact with the PP in Castilla y León due to the controversy that arose from the measures for abortion is something normal between coalition partners and does not necessarily imply breaking the regional Executive.
During this day, the general secretary of Vox, Ignacio Garriga, has warned that his party will review “whether to continue or not” in the Junta de Castilla y León if the agreement on the announced ‘pro-life’ protocol is not complied with, by virtue of the which women who are going to abort would have to listen to the heartbeat of the fetus, among others.
“Reviewing the pact and breaking the government are different things,” Espinosa de los Monteros specified at a press conference from Congress, where he clarified that Vox “constantly” evaluates this agreement and its degree of compliance, something that “is not new “.
“It is not to break the Government, but to reassess its ability to comply with the pacts,” he summarized, before stressing that at Vox they want to “be strict” in complying with these agreements.
Espinosa de los Monteros has emphasized that the PP is not the “rival” of those of Santiago Abascal, but he has criticized the ‘popular’ for “signing things” and then “backing down” and “going back”. In his opinion, they have taken a “turn to the left” and he has blamed the new spokesman for the PP Electoral Committee, Borja Sémper.
“TURN TO THE LEFT” OF THE PP
“This turn to the left personified in Sémper,” he said, before censuring that he has “corrected” the president of Castilla y León, the “popular” Alfonso Fernández Mañueco. The Vox spokesman has indicated that it is “legitimate” for the PP to turn to the left to attract “disenchanted voters” of the PSOE, but has warned that the traditional “popular” voter can evaluate his vote in the future.
On the other hand, Espinosa de los Monteros has conveyed on several occasions his confidence that the new protocol for pregnant women in Castilla y León will finally go ahead and in the terms in which, as he has insisted, Vox and PP agreed to it.
Thus, he has insisted that the document indicates that pregnant women, “whatever their future decision may be”, are offered the possibility of listening to the heartbeat of the fetus and having a 4D ultrasound. “If he wants to, and if he doesn’t, no,” she added.
For Espinosa de los Monteros, this measure is “progress.” “Let’s hope that the agreement is fulfilled, which is in writing,” he stressed. Otherwise, if the PP “backs down”, it will be “a consequence of the influence of the left, of the fear they have that the political and media left will attack them”, he has settled.