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Gamarra believes Oltra should have left earlier and criticizes that part of the left supports her and sees her resignation as an “injustice”.

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The General Secretary of the People’s Party, Cuca Gamarra, intervenes in a scrutiny session at the Congress of Deputies on June 22, 2022 in Madrid (Spain) – Eduardo Parra – European Press

MADRID, June 22 (EUROPA PRESS) –

The general secretary of the PP, Cuca Gamarra, assured this Wednesday that Mónica Oltra’s resignation “has taken a long time”, criticizing that there are political parties that continue to support her and claim that her resignation is an “injustice”.

That’s how it was pronounced following charges by United. We can this Tuesday highlight Oltra’s “value” for the move and underscore the “injustice” of her resignation given that she has suffered “judicial prosecution” following her indictment in the case accused of covering up her ex-husband’s abuse of one under guardianship standing minors.

Speaking to reporters in the corridors of Congress, Gamarra said it was “a resignation that has been a long time coming.” Since early June, when the public prosecutor’s office was already taking steps and pointing to the then vice-president of the Valencian government, the president of the PPCV, Carlos Mazón, publicly stated that Oltra could not stay “a minute more” in the regional executive.


CRITICIZES SOME LEFT’S ‘SILENCE’

Gamarra has taken a hard hit on performance a few games after retiring. “What surprises me is that there is a section of the left that has been and is silent in the face of the exposed facts. And secondly, that there are still political parties that continue to support them and say they are resigning is an injustice,” he added.

The President of the PP stressed that “the only injustice that happened here is that of the minors who were abused and did not find the support or projection that they would have received from the administration that had their guardianship and so on on whom she was dependent on, Vice-President Oltra.


Source europapress.es

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