The leader of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, has accused his political opponents of trying to disrupt the Galician electoral campaign with desperate attacks. He urged his supporters to stay focused on revalidating the Government of the Xunta de Galicia and to avoid getting distracted by the noise created by his rivals.
Feijóo addressed a rally in Marín (Pontevedra) after a controversy arose over reports that the PP had considered amnesty for 24 hours before ruling it out, and that they would be open to a conditional pardon for the former Catalan president, Carles Puigdemont, if he repents and renounces the unilateral route. With just six days left before the polls in Galicia, Feijóo emphasized that his rivals are aware that the PP must perform well, and that’s why they are trying to muddy up the electoral campaign.
He called on his party to avoid internal noise and not be distracted, even if they continue to be insulted and attacked. Feijóo emphasized the need for his party to work hard to achieve a large majority in the upcoming election. He also criticized his rivals for spreading false information about his stance on amnesties and pardons, and accused them of trying to undermine the PP’s honesty and honorability.
Feijóo made it clear that he does not accept amnesty or pardons and has been urging people to continue fighting against them. He accused the head of the Executive, Pedro Sánchez, of trying to sneak in an illegal amnesty and emphasized that the PP will continue to defend the rule of law in Spain.
As the campaign nears its end, Feijóo predicted that his rivals would continue to raise the tone, insidiousness, and infamy. He called on his supporters to vote with more emphasis in response to the insults and insidiousness, and to mobilize more in the face of despair.
Feijóo urged people to vote for the PP to give Galicia the best Government with Alfonso Rueda, emphasizing the need for a stable, experienced, and sensitive leadership. He rejected the separatist project of the BNG and expressed pride in the unity and strength of Galicia.
Feijóo also addressed the recent death of two civil guards in Barbate (Cádiz) and called for the resignation of the Minister of the Interior, Fernando Grande-Marlaska. He criticized the government for its handling of the recent farmer and rancher protests and urged them to connect with the real environment of the people they serve.
In conclusion, Feijóo called on his supporters to stay focused and vote for the PP in the upcoming election to ensure a strong and united government for Galicia.
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