During the kick-off event for the electoral campaign on 18F, Santiago Abascal, the president of Vox, criticized the leader of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, for governing in Galicia with an “absolute majority” that was “decadent, clientelistic and inherited.” Abascal accused Feijóo of governing like the left and not opposing the government of Pedro Sánchez and his pacts with independentists.
Abascal also expressed his frustration with Feijóo’s refusal to work with Vox to combat the Amnesty Law and instead reaching agreements with the president on issues such as the renewal of the General Council of the Judiciary (CGPJ) and the modification of article 49 of the Constitution.
Abascal questioned Feijóo’s actions in Madrid and criticized his governance in Galicia, accusing him of imposing gender and LGTBI agendas in schools and preventing schooling in Spanish in the autonomous community.
Abascal accused Feijóo of carrying out a “half-time opposition” to the government of Pedro Sánchez, and criticized the PP’s support for the European Green Pact, which aims to make the European Union climate neutral by 2050.
During his speech, Abascal was accompanied by the Vox candidate for the Xunta de Galicia, Álvaro Díaz-Mella, the head of the list for A Coruña, Manuel Fuentes Lamas, and other Vox leaders, including the leader of the party in Brussels, Jorge Buxadé, and the vice president of Murcia, José Ángel Antelo.
Abascal also mentioned the protests of farmers and ranchers in Brussels, who are demanding more support for the countryside and denouncing the high costs they face to meet new climate and sustainability objectives. He criticized the PP for voting in favor of the European Green Pact and then supporting the protests.
In addition, Abascal accused the PP of being a “nationalist” party in Galicia and criticized their stance on the cornering of Spanish. The strained relations between Vox and the PP have become evident as a result of Feijóo’s actions, and Abascal made sure to express his dissatisfaction during the campaign kick-off event.
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