He anticipates that the policies imposed on the Mañueco Executive will be those that Vox approves if it reaches La Moncloa
MADRID, 16 Jan. (.) –
Vox has supported this Monday the ‘pro-life’ measures announced by its vice president in Castilla y León, Juan García-Gallardo, and has claimed that they have been “agreed upon” within the regional government, while avoiding delving into the controversy with the Popular Party and has warned that Vox will not take “a step back”.
After the controversy generated by the measures approved by the Government of Castilla y León to prevent abortions, the general secretary of Vox, Ignacio Garriga, has explained that these are policies included in Vox’s DNA and part of its electoral commitments.
“We are not going to take a step back, we are going to continue persevering in everything we said in the campaign and the commitments signed in Castilla y León,” Garriga insisted at a press conference at the party’s national headquarters, which he stressed that he does ” banner of coherence” as the party’s “saint and watchword”. “We are not going to take a step back and we are not going to lower any of the flags that have brought us here,” he warned.
In this sense, he has insisted that “there is no discrepancy” in the Government of Alfonso Fernández Mañueco and has recalled that García-Gallardo announced the measures sitting next to the spokesman for the regional Executive, of the PP. “It is a consensual decision, which was planned to be taken and falls within the normality of the pacts,” he summarized.
On the other hand, he did not want to assess the criticism that the measures have garnered from other PP leaders, such as the president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, or the campaign spokesman for the ‘popular’, Borja Semper.
“It will allow me not to waste a minute, we will have to ask them,” the Vox leader rejected, warning the members of the PP that they will also have to give “fair explanations” to their voters.
In this context, he has lashed out at the Government, whom he accuses of “raising their voices” over this matter but instead “silence” in the face of the releases or reductions in sentences that the ‘only yes is yes’ law is causing.
Garriga sees the “commotion” being generated by measures that he considers “common sense” as “surprising” and “the only thing they want” is to expand the information that pregnant women receive. For this reason, he believes that the Government of Pedro Sánchez is actually concerned about the role of the Government of Castilla y León as a “damping dam” of its policies.
What’s more, he has advanced that the policies that the regional Executive is approving are a “clear example” of what Vox intends to carry out if it arrives at the Moncloa Palace. “Juan García-Gallardo has done what any representative of Vox will do in any institution,” he has advanced.
As he has insisted, what Vox has done is “keep his word and fight against the culture of death that the left is promoting.” “Those who remain silent in the face of the evidence that there are sex offenders walking our streets raise their voices because they are intended to inform women in Castilla y León,” she criticized.