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Wednesday, February 1, 2023

Arrimadas criticizes the PSOE’s extreme defense of Chaves and Griñán: “If they were from another party, Troy would burn”


Europa Press Director Inés Arrimadas during an interview for Europa Press on July 26, 2022 at Europa Press headquarters in Madrid, Spain. – Jesus Hellin – Europa Press


The president of Ciudadanos, Inés Arrimadas, finds it “incredible” that the PSOE defended the former presidents of the Junta de Andalucía Manuel Chaves and José Antonio Griñán in the case of the ERE “to the end”. “If they were from another party, Troy would be on fire,” he commented.

This is how Arrimadas reacted after learning of the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the sentence passed by the Provincial Court of Seville on the former presidents of the PSOE, forcing Griñán to imprisonment.

The Provincial Court of Seville sentenced Griñán to 10 years’ imprisonment for continued subterfuge and to 6 years in prison and absolute disability for a period of 20 years in media competition with ongoing crimes of embezzlement. In the case of Chaves, his sentence was 10 years disqualification or disqualification for continued subterfuge.

“Thanks to Citizens, these gentlemen are not yet in office in Andalusia. We were the ones who asked them to leave and it’s incredible that the PSOE is defending them to the end,” Arrimadas told Europa Press.


In his opinion, this case shows once again that “bipartisanship never criticizes anything” when the corruption is its own, and only does so when it affects the “opposite party”. “If that was from another game, Troy would be on fire,” he added.

Furthermore, he has shown his desire for this to punish the PSOE and for people to know that while there are politicians and parties who “fight corruption” and are “relentless” and “others will defend them as long as they are their friends”. “Today is a good day to remember that not all parties act alike and not all are created equal,” he explained.


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