Pablo Casado raises all the ideas of the PP in the final sprint against Vox of the Catalan electoral campaign

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Pablo Casado could not be absent at the end of the Catalan electoral campaign after four months of weekly visits to the community. The president of the PP has returned to support the candidate Alejandro Fernández two days before the polls dictate whether the party manages to improve the poor results of the last elections despite having the threat of Vox on its heels.

Perhaps that is why it was seen this afternoon in Terrace (Barcelona) to the most ideological Casado of the last weeks. The national leader has used the entire ideology of the party and has not focused his speech on economic management to get out of the crisis, as had happened in most of the previous acts. Thus, after talking about the well-known “fiscal revolution” that he proposes through reductions or deletions of taxes, has emphasized the defense of private property, concerted education, Spanish as a language vehicular in the teaching or aggravation of laws against referendums illegal or the crime of sedition.

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Three days after the controversy generated after his demonstrations in an interview on Rac1, where he distanced himself from the version that the dome popular, then at the head of the Government, offered on the events of October 1, 2017 in Catalonia, Casado has requested a salary supplement for judges and members of the Security Forces and Corps in the community. A claim that occurs precisely on the day that the president of Ciudadanos, Inà © s Arrimadas, and the main candidate of Vox in the regional elections, Ignacio Garriga, have attended the demonstration that the unions of agents Jusapol, Jupol and Jucil have organized in Barcelona.

Given the revenue that Vox could obtain after the attacks received in some of its campaign acts, the leader popular has claimed that the members of the Catalan PP had already suffered similar episodes “when others did not even appear for the elections.” A message to which Alejandro Fernández has joined, who has said that no “sanitary cordon” has been applied to Santiago Abascal’s party like the PP and that he even receives “cuddles” from the Prime Minister, Pedro Sà ¡Nchez, for his recent abstention in Congress in the vote on the distribution of European funds.

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The head of the PP list, which continues to take for granted the gestation of a new left tripartite in Catalonia, has referred to the compromise signed by Esquerra Republicana not to agree with the PSC as the operation “Save soldier Illa”. “What a coincidence that they come to the rescue of Salvador Illa with that piece of paper the same day it is discovered that he had refused to take a Covid test,” he added in reference to the controversy that arose in the electoral debates on TV3 and La Sexta.

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