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Feijóo regrets that "the EU has had to come to fix the damage" of Sánchez in the relationship with Algeria

He criticizes that Sánchez "is hindered by the opposition" for telling him "the reality of Spain".

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Feijóo regrets that "the EU has had to come to fix the damage" of Sánchez in the relationship with Algeria

He criticizes that Sánchez "is hindered by the opposition" for telling him "the reality of Spain"

CORDOBA, June 11 (EUROPA PRESS) -

The president of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, lamented this Saturday that "the EU had to come to fix the destruction of the Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez", in reference to the open crisis with Algeria: "That is telling the truth, Even if it makes you uncomfortable."

This was expressed in Córdoba during the closing of a rally on the occasion of the regional elections in Andalusia, in which he criticized that the Sánchez government "has given an unprecedented swerve in Spain's foreign policy."

"He told us that he had an agreement, which we still do not know, that it was going to give great results." However, he has added the popular one that "the result was the greatest diplomatic crisis with one of the strategic countries for Spain, which is Algeria".

"He said that he was going to fix the problems with Morocco and not only has he not fixed them, but he has spoiled the relationship with Algeria," remarked Feijóo, who detailed that this puts "2,000 million euros of exports from our companies at risk and 4,800 million in the field of gas supply".

On this issue, the leader of the PP has pointed out that "it is due to the people and the least that a politician can say is the truth." "We are the Spaniards who are going to pay for the effects of Sánchez's mismanagement of foreign policy," he added.

In addition, he has criticized that Sánchez "is hindered by the opposition" for telling him "the reality of Spain", while at the same time stressing that "there is no complete democratic regime without an opposition".

Likewise, the national president of the Popular Party has affirmed that he is in politics "to serve my country and I will continue to serve my country regardless of whether it hinders the President of the Government." Thus, he has continued, "the best way" to do it is to "tell him the truth."

In this sense, he has detailed that "telling that the Spanish economy is the last to recover the wealth we had before the pandemic is telling the truth", as well as the fact that "the Spanish economy is growing less now, after falling more that no one, along with Argentina, 10 percent of GDP and that continues to grow less than when the PP was in government".

Likewise, Feijóo has insisted that explaining that "Spaniards are getting poorer at a faster rate than the citizens of most European Union (EU) countries due to inflation" or saying that "the Organization for Cooperation and Development Economic Development (OECD) tells us that we are going to continue with high inflation in the year 2023", it is also "the truth".

To say that "we have a government that indebts us at the rate of 210 million euros of new public debt every day" or "they indebt us at the rate of 1,400 million new debt every week", which "is mortgaging our generation and future generations", it is something that "can't get in the way of anyone". "We come here to tell the truth, it hinders whoever hinders it", the president of the PP has sentenced.

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