The president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, has had a tough confrontation this morning with the spokeswoman for United We Can in the Madrid Assembly, Alejandra Jacinto, after describing the latter as "disgusting" Ayuso's demonstrations during his speech in the PP congress, referring to Irene Montero's position on women and "her way of seeing life as spoiled". The spokeswoman for Podemos criticized these words coming from the president of the Community, “that is really embarrassing“. In addition, she accused him of "feeding rape culture."
Ayuso reaffirmed herself in her statements and in the decisions of "spoiled women" made by leftist leaders, "who don't know what it means to make it to the end of the month, work for themselves and raise a country in the worst difficulties.
In relation to indoctrination in textbooks, the president of the Community assured that "as long as I am president of the Community of Madrid, the books will be free of the sectarian indoctrination to which you (referring to the spokesperson for Podemos) want to subject the youth of Madrid and especially the women who treat us like a herd or a group. I have not spent a lifetime working for you, in the hands of a boss who has come there for being the 'partner of' to give me a my lessons as a woman and tell me how I have to live".
Regarding the controversy between the taxi drivers and the VTCs, the president stated that her goal is for the two business models to coexist in the community and warned that "there is not going to be a donkey like Colau does."