The general secretary of the PP, Cuca Gamarra, has assured this Friday that her party will not be a commentator on "outbursts" of other political leaders and has stressed that the PP led by Alberto Núñez Feijóo will bet on the rules of "courtesy and education". Moreover, she has stressed that they are a "totally different" party from Vox. This is how RNE has spoken when asked if something has broken between PP and Vox after the statements against abortion by the vice president of Castilla y León, Juan García-Gallardo (Vox), assuring that the Government of Pedro Sánchez, with its Law of abortion, invites "to crush in the womb of the mothers those who have disabilities" and replying to the socialist Noelia Frutos, a disabled attorney, who was going to answer her "as if she were a person like the others," reports Ep.
When asked if she believes that García-Gallardo should have apologized for her statements, the PP leader stated that "without a doubt, outbursts are not the best way to address politics."
That said, Gamarra has made it clear that the PP is judged by how they are themselves and how their leaders express themselves, thus marking distances with Vox. “Each one is each one and is responsible for their words. And the citizens appreciate it for sure », he highlighted. He has also valued that Feijóo has shown that "coexistence and cordiality are the key to management" in Galicia. “I think that this is a political value that he has and treasures, which means that the Galicians have elected him their president four times by an absolute majority.”
They were not the only demonstrations yesterday on an issue that has been going on since last Wednesday, when the vice president of the Board appeared in the Cortes of Castilla y León. The president of this institution (also of Vox), Carlos Pollán, invited people to "read, see and listen to the complete interventions" of Juan García-Gallardo, and of the socialist attorney Noelia Frutos, so that "each one draw your conclusions» regarding the controversy.
For her part, the Minister for Family and Equal Opportunities, Isabel Blanco, added from the Burgos town of Villalbilla de Burgos that the work of the Board with respect to disability entities "cannot be questioned", and stated that the collaboration of the Administration with third sector entities is "continuous". In addition, she wanted to refer to the words issued yesterday by the regional president, Alfonso Fernández Mañueco. "If we annoy someone with any government action, we apologize," he concluded, reports Ical.
Meanwhile, the Minister of Finance, María Jesús Montero, has accused the leader of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, and the president of Andalusia, Juanma Moreno, of sharing with his silence the assessments that the vice president of Castilla y León. Montero has criticized that Feijóo "has nothing to say" about this matter and that Moreno assured that she "does not comment on it." “When issues as serious as these referring to disability, one does not comment on them, it is because he shares them”, she has affirmed regarding the position of the leader of the PP and the Andalusian president.
On the other hand, the president of the Patient Ombudsman, Carmen Flores, has expressed her gratitude to President Alfonso Fernández Mañueco, for the apologies offered on Thursday for the words pronounced by the Vice President of his Government within the Cortes in reference to the people with disabilities, for having "more manliness" and asking for forgiveness, without having been directly responsible. She, although she has demanded his dismissal, in addition to accusing García-Gallardo of having a "mental" disability. "In a democracy this is paid, it is not continued in the position", she has specified in an open letter to the head of the Government of Castilla y León.