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Vox attributes Delgado’s departure to a plan by Sánchez to “control” the institutions and reassign them to a different position



Vox spokesman in Congress Iván Espinosa de los Monteros has attributed Dolores Delgado’s resignation as attorney general to a “further move” by government president Pedro Sánchez to “attack” the institutions because he will move them to other responsibilities. “I wouldn’t be surprised if it ended up in the Democratic Memory Attorney’s Office,” he said.

“They didn’t really stop him, but they took him to another place where he will do even more damage by putting a person in his place who will do the same,” he stressed in an interview on esRadio, collected from Europa Press.

Espinosa de los Monteros has assured that there is no “innocent” movement in Pedro Sánchez’s world and that the intention “is very bad, like everything the government does”. In addition, he has indicated that he is a person of “the same strand” regarding the new Attorney General Álvaro García Ortiz.

He has also indicated that he has “no doubt” that this dismissal is one of the PP’s conditions for resuming negotiations in view of the reshuffling of the General Council of the Judiciary (CGPJ). “We have already seen that the PP has an infinite tendency to shake hands with the PSOE and the PSOE has an infinite tendency to keep deceiving the PP,” he asserted.

In this sense, he referred to the “recomposition” of the Constitutional Court “in exchange for some papers” on the President of the Autonomous Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, which “ended the previous leadership of the PP”.

In doing so, he has ensured that the PP falls into all the traps of the PSOE, because “they call it state sentiment”. “It seems to me an evil of bipartisanship,” added the Vox leader.


Source europapress.es

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