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Sánchez insists that the PP demand Ayuso's resignation and accuses Feijóo of remaining in the "personal attack"

BRUSSELS, March 21 (EUROPA PRESS) -.

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Sánchez insists that the PP demand Ayuso's resignation and accuses Feijóo of remaining in the "personal attack"

BRUSSELS, March 21 (EUROPA PRESS) -

The President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, insisted this Thursday that the PP should demand the resignation of the president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, and has accused the leader of the 'popular', Alberto Núñez Feijóo, of staying in the "personal attack" and not making a "constructive opposition".

In statements upon his arrival at the European Council in Brussels, Sánchez accused the PP of carrying out a "destructive opposition" and of seeking the "harassment and demolition" of the Government. "They've been trying for six years," he stressed, "but it's not going to happen."

"What I ask of you is that you form a useful opposition and abandon this destructive opposition," he said, insisting that "on the issues that affect the corruption of your party, you stand up and demand the resignation of the president of the Madrid's community".

In the opinion of the President of the Government, "these attitudes that we are seeing, contrary to democracy, go against freedom of the press, against the media, which all they are doing is reporting on a case of corruption that affects their party." , is something extraordinarily serious and would also require a firm and forceful response from the PP leadership." "But that, unfortunately, is neither there nor expected," he lamented.

On the other hand, he has reproached Feijóo for not complying with what he said that he was not going to "insult Sánchez." "There is nothing left of that declaration, what remains is a destructive opposition that blocks and fails to fulfill its constitutional obligation to renew the General Council of the Judiciary (CGPJ) and that remains in the personal attack."

This, according to the President of the Government, has "two justifications." On the one hand, "not assuming a responsibility that he has in person as president of the PP of demanding political responsibilities" from Ayuso "for a corruption scandal that affects her personally."

And secondly, he added, it has to do "with an enormous frustration that the right and the extreme right have for not having met their objectives on July 23" of governing in a coalition. But that was what the citizens decided and "therefore they will have to wait four years." "It's going to take a long time, I understand that," he said.

"Hopefully they will take advantage of these four years to form a useful opposition" and one an opposition that "remains in the disqualification and harassment and demolition of people," he said, trusting that citizens "take note of what the attitude is that the main opposition party has, which in no way obeys the general interest".