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Sánchez reaffirms his conviction to "normalize" Catalonia and blames the crisis on Rajoy's "inadequacy"

OURENSE, 3 Feb.

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Sánchez reaffirms his conviction to "normalize" Catalonia and blames the crisis on Rajoy's "inadequacy"

OURENSE, 3 Feb. (EUROPA PRESS) -

The President of the Government and leader of the PSOE, Pedro Sánchez, admitted this Sunday that the Catalan situation is not going to normalize "overnight", but he has claimed the value "of good politics" to solve problems and He has reaffirmed that his "conviction" of favoring this "normalization" in Catalonia is "total."

All of this, after warning that the socialists are trying to solve a "territorial crisis", the "most serious" in Spain, inherited from the era of the popular Mariano Rajoy, whose "inadequacy and irresponsibility" he has censured.

This is what he said at a political event in Ourense, before about 1,200 people, according to data from the socialist organization. After several previous visits in the pre-campaign, on this second day of the final 'sprint' towards the appointment with the 18F polls, Sánchez has returned to Galician territory, as has the state leaders of PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo; Vox, Santiago Abascal; and Sumar, Yolanda Díaz.

After praising the figure of the socialist candidate to preside over the Xunta, José Ramón Gómez Besteiro, he highlighted his work at the head of a "clean" Government in Spain, in which "today there is no corruption", and which has had to face the " "most serious territorial crisis" in Spain, a situation that, he regretted, the PSOE "inherited".

"We did not cause it, it was the incompetence and irresponsibility of who governed in Madrid at that time," he lamented, in reference to the stage in which the popular Mariano Rajoy led the state Executive. And against those who may think that "time heals everything", he has warned that between 2011 and 2017 things "got worse" in Catalonia.

Thus, he has warned that "time does not fix things, but it is politics, good politics, that of encounter and not territorial confrontation" that will allow, from his point of view, to return 'normality'. to the Catalan situation.

And then, after stating that a "walk" through the community is enough to verify that the Catalan situation is "better" now than in 2017, he reaffirmed that, although "total normalization" will not come "overnight the morning", he will not give up his efforts.

"My conviction to normalize the situation in Catalonia is total, because that is good for Catalonia and good for Spain," concluded Sánchez, who arrived in Ourense by AVE and left the capital of As Burgas in the same way, after having a coffee with the socialist candidate to preside over the Galician Government after 28F.