Leaders of PP, Vox and Ciudadanos have expressed through their Twitter accounts their solidarity with the State security forces and bodies, his condemnation of violence and the support of “government parties”, in the protests called after the imprisonment of rapper Pablo Hasel.
Thus, the president of the PP, Pablo Casado, has expressed in a tweet all his “support for the Police against the intolerable altercations in and around Puerta del Sol. It is a serious irresponsibility for government parties to encourage these violent acts, which should have political consequences. ”
The deputy of Vox Rocío De Meer has tweeted: “A year without opening her mouth for the workers, the self-employed, the unemployed, the pensioners and the ERTEs without being paid. But the group of Terrorist nymph puppies of Podemos are awakened from a nap by a delinquent puppeteer“And, after retweeting the envoy in support of the protesters by the spokesman for United We Can, Pablo Echenique, adds:” This one has to go after Hasel. ”
For her part, the president of C’s, Ines Arrimadas, has written, in this same social network: “All my solidarity, support and gratitude to the agents who are facing the violence of the radicals today in different parts of Spain. shameful that these vandals have the encouragement of a party that is in government“.
They thus come up against what was referred to on Twitter by the parliamentary spokesman for United We Can, Pablo Echenique, who showed all his support for the “young anti-fascists who are calling for justice and freedom of expression in the streets“in the protests called after the imprisonment of rapper Pablo Hasel.
Echenique, in a message on Twitter, has given his support to the protesters yesterday in Barcelona and today at Puerta del Sol in Madrid, where there have been incidents between protesters and police, fires of street furniture and looting in clothing stores. “The violent mutilation of the eye of a protester must be investigated and responsibilities must be clarified forcefully“said the spokesman for United We Can about the injury suffered yesterday in Barcelona by a person due to the impact of a foam ball apparently fired by the Mossos.
The PP deputy and spokesperson for the Popular Group, Cuca Gamarra, in addition to expressing her support for the State security bodies and forces and condemning the violence, replied directly to Echenique by tweeting: “No Pablo. With these tweets you encourage and support violent acts. A shame that the vandals have the encouragement of a government party. This is the democratic abnormality that we have and that Sánchez consents to. ”
In the same sense, the president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, has expressed: “My solidarity with the injured policemen and my absolute condemnation of the criminals who have assaulted the streets with the support of the ultra-left “.
Likewise, the mayor of Madrid, José Luis Martínez-Almeida, has described the violence of the demonstration as “disgusting” and has commented in a tweet that “the violent and those who do not accept the rules have no place in our society”, which calls on all political parties to speak out against it “clearly.” “The problem – Martínez-Almeida concludes – is not from Podemos, we all know who they are, the problem is the one that keeps them in government“.
Eddie is an Australian news reporter with over 9 years in the industry and has published on Forbes and tech crunch.