The leader of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, starred this Friday in the closing of the FAES campus, where he spoke after former president José María Aznar and starred in a very anecdotal moment.
The most curious thing about the day was Feijóo’s mess with football and politics, which reminded many of the moments provided by former president Mariano Rajoy. “I could talk about the Spanish league which I believe is, after Brexit, the best in Europe, but not the political league.” In reality, the PP leader was referring to the Premier League, the English competition.
“I could talk about the Spanish league, which I think is, after Brexit, the best in Europe, but not the political league.”
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“Silencing those who rebel”
He also responded to the accusations of coup against Aznar. After the PSOE expelled Nicolás Redondo from the party, Feijóo has accused Sánchez of “silencing those who rebel” because they do not understand that in a month the PSOE goes from saying that amnesty does not fit in the Constitution to maintaining what contrary when neither the Magna Carta has changed “nor is blackmail different.”
Feijóo has emphasized that they are not going to shut up and they are not going to “resign”“because they are “in time to prevent the threat that looms over the State from being consumed and to avoid a point of no return” that would lead Spain to a “huge setback.”
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