The leader of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, considers that there is a “hidden agenda” on the agenda of the meeting between the head of the Executive, Pedro Sánchez, and the president of the Generalitat, Pere Aragonès, and has warned that the president of the Government will be in Moncloa “as long as he wants” Esquerra Republicana.

This has been pronounced in statements to journalists, after closing the conference “Strengthen Europe with an alternative for the majority” that the PP has organized within the framework of the Summer Courses of El Escorial, just at the same time that Sánchez and Aragonès were gathered in the Palacio de la Moncloa.

When asked expressly how he assesses the meeting between Sánchez and Aragonés, the head of the opposition has indicated that they do not know “exactly what they are going to talk about” and, therefore, “it is not easy to make a definitive statement.” “It’s a hidden agenda”, he has denounced him.

Feijóo has indicated that the president of the Generalitat had advanced that he wanted to talk about “modifying the Penal Code and has predicted that he will also have wanted to speak at that meeting about” his sovereignist project.

That said, he stressed that the Debate on the State of the Nation has served to “prove” that Pedro Sánchez “was not interested in the nation” but rather in his “government coalition” with Podemos and his “parliamentary coalition”.

“It is evident that the Government depends more than ever on ERC for practically everything,” he emphasized, to sentence: “Everything seems to indicate that President Sánchez is going to be president for as long as Mr. Aragonés wants.”

The president of the popular ones has criticized this type of “bilateral meetings” between Sánchez and Aragonès and has affirmed that they should be “multilateral meetings because the issues that affect everyone must be decided together”.

Shortly before, the general secretary of the PP, Cuca Gamarra, made a statement about that meeting, assuming that the chief executive and the president of the Generalitat were going to dedicate their meeting to talking about “self-determination and amnesty”, as well as the “how they can return to Spain” and “evade” Justice those pro-independence leaders who have “fled”, such as former president Carles Puigdemont.

The number two of the PP has indicated that this appointment between Sánchez and Aragonés “progresses in the deterioration of the institutions and their weakness” because, in her opinion, it is not part of “loyalty” and “democratic normality” because on the table is “self-determination and amnesty”.

Gamarra has predicted that Sánchez and Aragonès “will not make public the conversations” of that meeting and the agreements they reach and has insisted that the president of the Generalitat has made it clear that he wants to address “self-determination and amnesty”.

However, he has said that the PP will be “attentive” to the roadmap that is followed in the coming weeks because “what is clear is that when the independence movement asks for something, it gets it.” Thus, he has recalled that with the so-called Pegasus case on espionage “he asked for the head of the director of the CNI and he had it”.

“Now what he is asking is that the rule of law be circumvented so that those who tried to carry out a coup d’état in our country and, therefore, put our rule of law and our constitutional order in check, can get away with it. without any consequences,” he emphasized.

Thus, he has pointed out that now what is being sought is a modification of the Criminal Code on the crimes of sedition and rebellion to “avoid the application of the Criminal Code as it is at the moment and, therefore, that the Rule of Law falls on them” and not have to serve their sentences.

In short, Gamarra continued, what they want is for “the application of the Rule of Law to be free” for those who “put it in check” as a result of what happened on October 1, 2017 in Catalonia.

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