The leader of Vox, Santiago Abascal, warned this Sunday the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, whom he called an "autocrat", about "the consequences of considering the Constitution, the laws and the equality of Spaniards broken" if An amnesty is approved for Catalan independence leaders with the "bovine applause" of the Federal Committee of the PSOE. "Let (Carles) Puigdemont prepare the guest room for him in Waterloo," he said.
Sánchez defended granting this measure of grace, a requirement of Junts to give him its support in his investiture, for the first time this Saturday, and he did so before the Federal Committee of his party. "In the name of Spain, I defend amnesty in Catalonia," he said.
"We come to warn you, and we do not implore or beg you, we warn you of the consequences of considering the Constitution, the laws and equality broken," Abascal indicated in his speech at the demonstration called in Madrid's Plaza de Colón against the amnesty, and that has been filled.
"The unscrupulous autocrat will respond to the Spaniards if he dares," added the Vox leader before thousands of people, before stating that, if his plans are consummated, he will have to tell former Catalan president Puigdemont to "prepare his room." guests at Waterloo."
The leader of Vox has attacked Sánchez at various points in his speech, ensuring that he is the "most corrupt president in the history of Spain, a politician who intends to grant amnesty to other politicians in exchange for votes to remain in power and a megalomaniac who dreams of going down in history and he will do so together with Fernando VII and Sabino Arana, together with all the traitors" of Spain. He has also warned him about "invoking" the name of Spain.
Along these lines, Abascal has lamented that "the homeland is in danger" and the "unity, coexistence, laws, freedoms and equality of the Spanish people are threatened" by the general secretary of the PSOE and with "unanimous applause and bovine" of its Federal Committee.
Thus, he has censored "the shame, indignity and betrayal" of the PSOE, which is why the Columbus demonstration, formally called by the Foundation for the Defense of the Spanish Nation (DENAES), is necessary. "This threat demands unity and patriotism from all of us", he continued. "The 2017 coup (d'état) today is intended to be perpetrated from the Moncloa Palace and we are not going to allow it," added the Vox leader.
For all this, he has guaranteed that those attending the demonstration "have chosen." In his words, these are "Spaniards who love their country and their freedom, who respect the laws and coexistence." Likewise, and in the absence of the PP in the demonstration, to which they had been invited, he has called for transcending acronyms and parties. "The parties are secondary," he said. "They are not going to pass over us," he concluded.