More than an hour had passed since the beginning of Pedro Sanchez’s speech, when the word was finally heard “pardon”. The current head of the Spanish government, who hopes to be re-elected, had previously addressed the danger posed by the far right and presented his electoral program. He even joked about the situation: “Everyone has been waiting for this part of this speech.” Defending the Amnesty Law and emphasizing that it can achieve “amnesty” and “reconciliation” in Spanish society, Pedro Sanchez ended up not pleasing the Junts in CataloniaDespite the calm tone.
The party of Carles Puigdemont, the last to intervene in the first session of the debate on the inauguration of Pedro Sánchez, left a “surprise” in the air for Thursday. Miriam Nogueras, spokeswoman for Junts per Cataluyna, accused the socialist of not having “courage.” He added: “He did not dare to address the Catalan problem directly. It is time to hide the problem. Are you ready for that?” the representative asked, demanding clarification: If the Prime Minister supports “Payment of Catalonia’s debts, the right to a referendum and self-determination” From the area. Otherwise, the Catalan party is adamant and confirms that it “will not support any initiative from this future government.”
Unlike Juntes, whose position was unclear despite signing an agreement with the PSOE, Somar and the Catalan Republican Left remained on the side of Pedro Sánchez. On the other hand, right-wing parties used more aggressive rhetoric, and Vox even left the plenary session after leader Santiago Abascal’s speech.
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