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The PP has released the second day of the debate of the motion of censure with a harsh allegation against the President of the Government whom the popular spokeswoman, Cuca Gamarra, replacing the leader, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, has censured for weakening Spain by the hand of its partners with a "Cainite" Government. And he snapped, "You don't have the right to do this." "Never, never, never has anyone degraded democracy so much."

Despite this, the PP will abstain in the vote on the motion of censure of Vox and will do so as Gamarra explained because it is a constitutional initiative that has become a "tool for personal promotion and creation of adulterated stories". For this reason, the popular claim not to agree with the motion even reproving them also to a "divided government that does not respond to the moderate majority of the Spanish people who want a change."

The Spaniards, according to Gamarra, want an alternative but not in this way. "The motion has been idle," stressed the popular who has assured that his party follows its "own path to move from a government that gives up to another that governs."

"This is an inexplicable gift to the Executive of Sánchez when the ministers themselves are enough alone to censure each other," he said, criticizing Vox's motion of censure.

"What happens here today is extemporaneous and useless," said Gamarra before praising the Spain of which the candidate Ramón Tamames was part but disagreeing "with how, when and who raises the motion of censure."

The PP believes that this initiative does not serve to lay new foundations for Spanish democracy. "Spain expects an alternative but it is not you, Mr. Tamames," said the popular leader.

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Motion of censure.

The "perfect me" out of time and place

  • Writing: LUCÍA MÉNDEZ Madrid

The "perfect me" out of time and place

Motion of censure.

The old man disowned by the tribe

  • Writing: JORGE BUSTOS Madrid

The old man disowned by the tribe

The PP will not vote in favor of the motion out of respect for the Spanish people but neither will it vote against out of respect for Tamames. For them, the motion is "the gift of a smokescreen to Sánchez to cover up his scandals."

Gamarra has no doubt that the president of the Government will be reproved by the Spaniards whom he deceived with his pacts. "It is the polls that will say no to Sánchez and everything that sanchismo entails." "So, what will remain of the PSOE?", asked the popular spokeswoman who has not hesitated to remember that the Socialists live mired in the corruption of the ERE and the Tito Berni case, no matter how much they insist, he said, "to cover it".

All this for the first opposition party is an "unequivocal sign" that the end of the legislature is being reached.

Gamarra has drawn a "weak" president of the Government in the hands of his partners to whom he allows everything "unprotecting the State", and although he has assured that there are dozens of reasons to reprove Sánchez has regretted that the motion has been a "theater" and in the best of cases, "a rally paid for by all Spaniards" to show off the president and his vice president, Yolanda Diaz.

Both Vox and the government, he said, "have come here to tease all Spaniards." For the PP, that Feijóo has been more cited by both than Sánchez himself shows that the Government's alternative "is very close".

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  • Alberto Núñez Feijóo
  • Cuca Gamarra
  • PSOE
  • Yolanda Diaz
  • Ramon Tamames