The President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, has once again branded the two deputies from Navarra Suma who were expelled from the Unión el Pueblo Navarro (UPN) as "defaulters" and has accused them of "selling out" to the PP, in reference to the pact that They have sealed with the 'popular' for the elections on May 28. He has done so after one of those deputies, Sergio Sayas, defined the coalition executive as a "pyramidal scam" and the president as a "fugitive from the truth."
Again in the government control session in Congress, Sánchez has made Sayas ugly by his expulsion from UPN for having voted against the labor reform in disobeying the slogan of his former party, together with his partner Carlos García Adanero, now a candidate for the PP to Pamplona City Council.
"One cannot sell oneself neither in life nor in politics," Sánchez has released, who has also charged against the PP. "We do not know exactly what is most serious, if who is being sold or who is buying from whom it is being sold," he added.
The head of the Executive has started his response highlighting the "striking" of being subjected to a "double control session by the PP", since he had already answered the "popular" spokesperson, Cuca Gamarra.
Sayas has replied stressing that his agreements with the PP are "ideologically natural" and contrasting them with the "democratically nauseating" pacts that, in his opinion, the PSOE has sealed with "coup leaders and batasunos".
In addition, he has returned to defend his vote against the labor reform, alleging that he fulfilled the commitment he had made with his constituents, and accusing Sánchez of doing exactly the opposite for having "betrayed" all his promises.
At this point, he has alluded to the 'Mediator case', in his opinion, the "drollest ode to corruption." "The thing about luxury restaurants has been very proletarian, the thing about drugs is very respectful of health and the thing about prostitution is very consistent with the PSOE," he indicated.
And without letting go of the date of March 8, Sayas has brought out the "bodrio" as the one who sees the law of 'only yes is yes'. After criticizing the "arrogance" and "infantilism" that he blames on the Minister of Equality and leader of Podemos, Irene Montero, he has accused Sánchez of having chosen to "protect her power instead of women."
"Stop electoral fanfare and banner feminism," he asked, before warning him that he would go down in history as "the most disastrous president for the interests of women and the one who has most benefited sexual offenders."
"YOU AND YOUR SELF"
"I understand that for you to comply with the word given to the Spanish is an act of turncoat because you have no more principles than you and yourself. You are a turncoat from the truth, you have made lies your natural habitat. Your entire government is a pyramid scheme", has sentenced.
In his reply, Sánchez has mocked the "constructive contributions to the debate" that, he has said, Sayas always makes. "It is wonderful to hear someone who has been expelled from his party for failing to comply with his obligations preach about political compliance," he said.
He then read the definition of a defector from the Anti-transfuguismo Pact, reminding him that political representatives who "betray" the parties with which they stood for election are considered such, are "expelled" from them or depart from the criteria set by their addresses.
"In life and politics one cannot sell oneself, but it is true that for someone to sell oneself someone has to buy and we do not know exactly what is the most serious if who is being sold or, gentlemen of the PP, who is buying who is being sold ", has settled the President of the Government.