SANLÚCAR DE BARRAMEDA (CÁDIZ), Nov. 9 (EUROPA PRESS) -
The general secretary of the PSOE of Cádiz and national deputy, Juan Carlos Ruiz Boix, has denounced and condemned the attack suffered this Thursday morning by the former mayor of Sanlúcar de Barrameda and current deputy mayor, Víctor Mora, "at the hands of a individual who has already been arrested and brought to justice." In this sense, he has stated that "intolerable acts are the result of the climate of social tension that the ultra-right has generated."
As explained in a note, the attack occurred in front of a bar where there were numerous witnesses to the push in the back that the socialist leader received, causing him to fall to the ground.
Ruiz Boix has asked "all democrats to condemn any type of violence or harassment" and has made a "call on political forces to join in condemning this type of unacceptable behavior that is outside democracy.
"The PP will know if it lets itself be dragged by the most reactionary sectors of society, the PP will know if it submits to those conceptual frameworks that Ayuso uses about the dictatorship, which is the same language that extremists use in their street proclamations," he stated. .
Ruiz Boix has assured that they have been "receiving insults and attacks for a long time, many of them on social networks also because they believe they are going unpunished, but the PSOE is going to protect its militancy, the reissue of the progressive coalition Government is a fact in the face of what what the polls said on 23J and we hope that the spirits of the exalted ones who will have to accept that democracy always makes its way will be lowered.
In the opinion of the top leader of the socialists in the province of Cádiz, "this type of regrettable episodes are not only an attack directed against the PSOE, but against the democracy that they try to weaken and the Constitution that they claim to defend but do not stop violating" .