"What the PSOE has done is of maximum tension. Throw out all God who opposes it," he was sincere in the conversation
MADRID, 24 Ene. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The president of Castilla-La Mancha, Emiliano García-Page, revealed this Wednesday, during the so-called 'Fitur conspiracy' that has brought together the 'popular' presidents of the Region of Murcia, Fernando López Miras; Andalusia, Juanma Moreno; and Valencian Community, Carlos Mazón, his situation in the PSOE, after he has become one of the most critical voices within the party for Pedro Sánchez's pacts with the Catalan independentists.
In an informal conversation between the four regional leaders, as revealed by Antena 3, Page explained the "argument scheme" in the autonomies' request for a leveling fund until the new regional financing system is approved.
"There is an objective figure, recognized even by the Ministry, of imbalance in the model," said Page, at the same time that the Valencian president told him that he would take the matter to the Valencian Cortes and called for a meal between the four presidents.
At this moment, the Andalusian Juanma Moreno addressed Page to tell him that this meal was more complicated for him. "They are practically on the verge of extraditing me," answered the man from Castile-La Mancha, to which, laughing, Mazón replied: "But nothing happens, then they give you amnesty."
"That's what they told me the other day at a meeting. I said, 'they will be children of...'," Page continued, while López Miras pointed out: "You keep them nervous all day." Finally, Page has settled the informal conversation by revealing his situation in the PSOE after the pacts with the independentists and the amnesty law: "I suffer like you can't imagine. What the PSOE has done is extremely tense. Throw out all God that opposes him."