The deputy of Ciudadanos Miguel Ángel Gutiérrez has insinuated that Morocco could be extorting the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, and be behind the Pegasus Software attack on the mobile of the Chief Executive, to force him to change the position of Spain around the Sahara conflict. The turn that has caused the suspension of the Treaty of Friendship by Algeria. For this reason, he has demanded that Sánchez and Albares appear to give explanations of "what has happened" with Rabat and Algiers.
The Citizens deputy has not ruled out the dismissal of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation, José Manuel Albares, because Sánchez is a "specialist in making the members of his Government resign," he has ironized.
Gutiérrez has referred to the chief executive as a "specialist in giving confidence to a minister one day and the next day or in the afternoon withdrawing it." The deputy has also stressed that the president "has us used to telling us one thing and doing the opposite."
But despite requesting Sánchez's appearance due to the "disagreement" with Algeria, as he has defined it, he does not trust the explanation of the leader of the Socialists: "We cannot trust much of the words and his confidence in his minister."
"He had an opportunity this week in the Congress of Deputies and he did not do it," lamented the 'orange' deputy, who considered that having denied it "would have been reassuring."
Gutiérrez stressed the "damage" caused to Spain by the "unilateral turn" of the historic Spanish position with respect to Morocco and the former colony, which he considers the "origin" of the problems with Algeria. He then recalled that Algiers is a strategic trading partner for Spain, whose role becomes more important in the context of the war in Ukraine and the sanctions on Russian gas, since it has become one of the main