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Aznar asks for everything to overthrow Pedro Sánchez

Mairenis Gomez

June 17, 2024 | 6:30 pm

José María Aznar has urged a massive mobilization against the Government of Pedro Sánchez. The former president of the Government accuses the current administration of being an "ultra-left coalition"

Aznar stated that the country is governed by an “ultra-left coalition that wants to end the constitutional order.” In his words, this situation requires citizen mobilization to avoid the dismantling of institutions and the Rule of law.

Former President Aznar did not skimp on warnings about the future of the rule of law in Spain

During an informative event by the Faes Foundation about China, Aznar pointed out that “every day something is done to damage the rule of law in Spain.” According to him, a constitutional dismantling of such magnitude is being organized that it requires a serious response from citizens.. Aznar urged citizens not to withdraw or accept that this situation, potentially scandalous and harmful to institutions, is perpetuated.

Feijóo has initiated contacts to unblock the General Council of the Judiciary (CGPJ)

The renewal of the CGPJ has been a long-standing and controversial issue, frozen by Feijóo. However, recent tensions have led to reactivating contacts between the Government and the PP. Pedro Sánchez, President of the Government, has issued an ultimatum, while the PP has resorted to European mediation to bring positions closer together and seek a solution.

Aznar emphasized the need for citizen mobilization in the face of what he considers an attack on the constitutional order

His statements come at a critical moment for Spanish politics, with an environment of growing polarization and distrust towards institutions. Social mobilization, according to Aznar, is essential to prevent the dismantling of institutions and the rule of law from advancing.

Meanwhile, Feijóo seeks to unblock the renewal of the General Council of the Judiciary

This effort by the leader of the PP represents an attempt to overcome the political stagnation and restore normality in the functioning of the Judiciary. European mediation could play a key role in this process, facilitating dialogue and agreement between the parties involved.

Aznar's statements and Feijóo's actions highlight the deep divisions and challenges facing Spain

The current situation reflects a climate of high political tension, where accusations of constitutional dismantling and efforts to renew judicial institutions are intertwined in a narrative of conflict and search for solutions. It is essential that citizens remain informed and active in defending democratic institutions and the rule of law.

Aznar warns about constitutional danger

The future of Spanish institutions depends on political consensus

Social mobilization and political dialogue are essential to overcome current challenges and ensure a stable and democratic future for all citizens of Bilbao and Bizkaia. In these critical moments, the active participation of society and the commitment of political leaders are more important than ever.

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