Gamarra says that this "assignment" is of the "most seriousness" because it is signing what "many civil guards gave their lives for"
MADRID, 24 Nov. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The general secretary of the PP, Cuca Gamarra, has accused this Thursday the head of the Executive, Pedro Sánchez, of "humiliating" the victims of terrorism by "consenting" to Bildu in Navarra with the transfer of Traffic "what ETA sought through of terrorism". In her understanding, this is not an "agreement within the framework of normality."
"We are talking about agreements that are reached with the heirs of ETA so that they support Sánchez in his Government and he can continue to be president and continue in La Moncloa," Gamarra declared in an interview on Antena 3, which has been collected by Europa Press.
Given the fact that in 2002 José María Aznar also committed to UPN this withdrawal of the Traffic Civil Guard although in the end it did not come to pass and that it was carried out in Catalonia so that the Mossos could take charge of it, Gamarra has marked differences between what what happened before and what happens now.
"Let's not fool ourselves. There is a huge difference between reaching agreements with some and reaching agreements with nothing more and nothing less than Bildu, who is the political heir to ETA," he said, to highlight that his spokesman, Mertxe Aizpurua , has been "convicted of crimes of terrorism" and is the one that "gets this agreement."
Gamarra has indicated that now the Civil Guard sees how a "demand from Bildu" makes this body "get out of the traffic powers in the Foral Community of Navarra." As he added, "this is what ETA sought for many years through terrorism and today it achieves it because Pedro Sánchez consents to it and signs it."
The general secretary of the PP has indicated that this legislature the "main agreement" of the PSOE with Bildu has been "the approach to Basque prisons of the prisoners of the gang "convicted of terrorism".
"But not only that, there are many more deliveries and transfers. And this is of the utmost seriousness because nothing more and nothing less is signed with Bildu for which many civil guards gave their lives and it was to defend that throughout the Spanish territory there would be presence of the State Security Corps and Forces", he stressed.
Gamarra has indicated that with this step the victims of terrorism are "humiliated" and it is something that Spanish society "does not deserve." In his opinion, the agreements to guarantee the governability of Spain do not have to be in the hands of those who "the only thing they seek is to weaken Spain and in the end they have trajectories that are not an exercise in democracy."