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Ribera urges the PP to "lower the piston" of the tension and exercise the opposition "responsibly"

He admits that after 28M the Government realized that it had to respond to "the insults" and "lies" about its management.

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Ribera urges the PP to "lower the piston" of the tension and exercise the opposition "responsibly"

He admits that after 28M the Government realized that it had to respond to "the insults" and "lies" about its management

MADRID, 3 Abr. (EUROPA PRESS) -

The third vice president of the Government and minister for the Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge, Teresa Ribera, has urged the PP to "lower the piston" of the tension and dedicate itself to exercising the opposition "responsibly", while regretting the risk posed by the current environment of "insults, insidiousness and permanent lies."

"I would like to see this kind of dirty war against the Government when the Popular Party does not govern, then let the piston go down," the vice president stated at an informative breakfast organized by Europa Press when asked about the current climate of tension installed. in politics, for which she has expressed regret.

For this reason, he has called on the PP to cool its head and dedicate itself to "responsibly exercising the opposition", which includes "participating in the configuration of constitutional bodies", because it is "scandalous" that they do not accept "the rules of the game." "and have not yet renewed the General Council of the Judiciary (CGPJ).

In his opinion, those of Alberto Núñez Feijóo play insults and "sow doubts about" the legitimacy of the Government of Spain, which "does nothing but destroy a space of coexistence" as well as "distract the vision and political energy around those kinds of forums." Furthermore, he has warned that in an environment of "permanent lies and insidiousness" there is an "enormous risk" of losing focus and diverting attention from issues that "are important."

"I have the impression that what the vast majority of citizens want and desire is for their rulers to find solutions to their problems," Ribera continued, congratulating himself on the "great things" that Spain has and which it does not enjoy enough. Spanish citizens such as the employment situation, renewable energies or that our country has the power of influence in the European Union.

On the other hand, Ribera has admitted that the campaign for the regional and municipal elections on May 18 made the PSOE see that citizens were paying attention to the "list of insults" and "lies" that the opposition poured out about the Government and that Since then they have tried to defend themselves.

"There comes a time, and this was critical in the municipal elections in May, that you say: 'The objective parameters are going well, the economic parameters are going well, the management has been impeccable, the situation has been super critical and, yet, we have not reacted to all these insults and people may have believed them,'" the vice president noted.

For this reason, the minister maintains, they have deduced that "perhaps we have to explain that it is a lie" and that "that's enough" of the insults, although she has admitted that "it is much more comfortable" to work from the debate and the proposals. concrete and not about disqualifications.