PP and Citizens have today strongly criticized the entry of the PSC in the Government of Diplocat, the diplomatic entity designed by the Generalitat to promote the process and whose participation in the 1-O organization is being investigated judicially.

After EL MUNDO has revealed that the number two of the PSC in the Barcelona City Council, Laia Bonet, will be the representative of the Consistory in Diplocat, numerous senior officials of the constitutionalist forces have censored the collaboration of the Socialists with an organism that has played a key role in the secessionist project and which is chaired by the president of the Generalitat, Quim Torra.

The leader of the PP in Catalonia, Alejandro Fernández, has called the PSC "firefighter-arsonist". "He participates enthusiastically in the fire and then Josep Borrell shows that he leaves his life to put it out when people get angry," he has completed.

"The PSOE already participates directly in the boycott and dismantling mechanisms of our democratic system. It has gone from being a state party to a collaborator of the coup," added the popular president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso.

Meanwhile, Lorena Roldán, new head of Citizen ranks in Catalonia, has diagnosed that "the PSC no longer disguises and demonstrates feeling comfortable with those who want to break Spain." "It is shameful that they enter the council of Diplocat, a beach bar that was key to the coup d'etat . That is why Sanchez did not vote against the pardons for the coup plotters. Everything fits," he added.

Along the same lines, the spokesman for the orange formation in the Parliament, Carlos Carrizosa, has denounced that with his entry into Diplocat "the PSC is once again a participant in a separatist beach bar that spent millions of euros on all Catalans in the blow in Catalonia ". "Do not fool anymore: you are and will be the crutch of separatism," Carrizosa said.

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