Santiago Abascal assures that “at a given moment” the people will want to “hang Sánchez by the feet”

He Vox leader, Santiago Abascalassured this Sunday that “there will be a time” when the people will want “hang by the feet“to the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, because, in his opinion, he is a person who has “sold” his principles and “can do anything” to stay in powereven “trespassing on the laws” or “putting national unity at risk.”

For Abascal, the head of the Executive “is not astute and skillful as people think,” but rather he is “a politician who has no scruples, who has no principles” and, therefore, “has a competitive advantage over honest politicians.” ” that “they have scruples because we set limits.”

“I have some moral limits. I have some principles. I can’t sell them. Sánchez has none”Abascal defined in an interview with the Argentine newspaper Clarínin which he accused Pedro Sánchez that he can “step on the laws, do anything” and “put national unity at risk”, which gives him “a competitive advantage” over the rest of his political rivals.

However, he has pointed out that “there will be a given moment” in which “the people will want to hang him by his feet”, defending at the same time that Sánchez will face the “strong opposition” of Vox. Furthermore, he has charged against the “doubtful opposition“which, in his opinion, the PP exercises because “it criticized him but offered him a hand.” “Nothing could be offered to him. Total distance with the socialists,” he concluded.


Abascal’s statements in the Argentine newspaper have been responded to by different leaders of the PSOE and government ministers of Sanchez. The fourth vice president, Maria Jesus Monterohas described them as “unworthy” because they are “a serious incitement to hatred“. “Someday we will regret irreparable damage. Does Feijóo have anything to say? Isn’t that enough to throw them out of the governments they share? We demand immediate condemnation,” he asked on the social network X.

The PSOE spokesperson in Congress has spoken along the same lines, Patxi Lopez, who has disfigured the leader of Vox to go to the inauguration of the Argentine president, Javier Milei, “gets together” with the Hungarian Viktor Orbán and “vomits threats against the president of the Government.” “It is the portrait of a totalitarian who has crossed all limits,” said the Basque leader.

“He would have been vice president of the Government with Feijóo. This level of hate and insult It is unbearable and intolerable. Spain is much better than these ultras,” concluded, for his part, the director of the Cabinet of the Presidency of the Government, Óscar López. “Feijóo’s partner. But then they tear their clothes for any trifle,” wrote, in turn, the Minister of Transport, Óscar Puente.

The PP rejects Abascal’s statements

In the PP they distance themselves from the statements of the Vox leader. Sources from the PP have stated that “before the attempted victimization of the PSOE Due to the statements of the president of VOX and his attempt to implicate the PP, in a crude way, in an artificially expanded controversy, the PP remembers that opposition can be made to the PSOE without giving it media encouragement to Pedro Sánchez”.

They criticize that the PSOE “attempts to cover up, with supposed meetings and dialogue tables, but also with alleged offenses on the other side of the pondtwo issues: that on Tuesday the consideration of the amnesty law will be voted in Congress and that a week ago a Salvadoran diplomat acted as an arbiter in relations between Spain and one of its communities with the connivance of the President of the Government.” .

“We will not help the PSOE to distract the attention of the Spanish people. This week the focus is not on what VOX says but on what the socialists do in Congress,” they emphasize, ensuring that “of course what Vox says, the PSOE will speak. “We will talk about what the PSOE does.”

The PSOE sees the PP’s reaction as “insufficient” and demands that it break its pacts with Vox

PSOE sources have criticized the PP’s reaction, which they consider “clearly insufficient” and demand from the party an “explicit and forceful condemnation” of statements that “call for violence and are intolerable in democracy.”

“We demand from the leader of the Popular Party, Alberto Núñez Feijóoand the main architect of the pacts of the Spanish neo-fascists with the PP, to condemn the statements and break their pacts with a political party that day after day places itself on the margins of democracy,” they emphasize.

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