The general secretary of the PSCL, Luis Tudanca, described the vice president of the Board, Juan García-Gallardo, as "fascist" after his allusions to women with disabilities, abortion or sexual education, and rejected the "lukewarm" apologies of the PP and in the "Gila" style of the president of the Community, Alfonso Fernández Mañueco. "The vice president would like to be half the person that Noelia (Frutos) is," said Tudanca, who spoke with the deputy general secretary of the PSOE, Adriana Lastra, at the First Meeting of Socialist Mayors and Councilors of Valladolid.
In that forum, the socialist questioned Mañueco's apologies since he stressed that he did it on behalf of the Board, as Gila did, when he said "someone has killed someone", since he recalled asking for forgiveness if "someone" , "somewhere" he had been offended by "something" someone had said.
The socialist insisted that García-Gallardo, who spoke of "crushing" children or teaching sexual positions to minors, is a member of the Government because of Fernández Mañueco's "fault" and his "exclusive responsibility" since he considered that he is willing to do everything Anything to get to power.
In this way, Luis Tudanca insisted that as in the sacrament of confession, if the PP, which he pointed out, has no "purpose of amendment", does not "examine conscience", rectify it, and abandon its "obsession" with come to power "at any price", putting a cordon sanitaire on Vox, their "lukewarm" apologies are worth "nothing". He also insisted that the "extreme right" is "emboldened" and is now saying "out loud" what it really thinks and that it means calling into question rights that the socialists and democrats emphasized have achieved with "blood, sweat and tears," reports Ical.
Finally, Tudanca assured that he has the feeling that García-Gallardo does not intend to "keep quiet" and that his controversial words are the result of "recklessness." In addition, he regretted that he does them, in his opinion, with the "complicity" of the PP and Mañueco in the Cortes of Castilla y León.
For her part, the deputy general secretary of the PSOE, Adriana Lastra, asked the president of the Popular Party, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, to comply with the premise put forward by the Galician leader himself a few days ago that "one can never live on one's knees" and "let to kneel before the extreme right as it has done in Castilla y León” to avoid that “embarrassment to all of society”. In addition, she asked the mayors and councilors of the province that, in the next municipal elections, they be able to "stop the extreme right and take them to the opposition, where they should never have come out."