The PP will vote no on Vox’s motion of censure

Updated: Thursday, October 22, 2020 11:10 AM

Published on: 10/22/2020 10:55 a.m.

The PP will vote “no” on Vox’s motion of censure. Pablo Casado announced it on the platform, since it was he who finally came to defend his party’s position.

“We will vote ‘no’ on his candidacy for the presidency of the Spanish government,” Casado told Vox leader Santiago Abascal shortly before 11 am, after several minutes of intervention.

He told Abascal that “he is not qualified”: “We have done what you do not know how to do and your party has never done”, he cracked and on the motion, he said. says that “Vox is the life insurance of Sánchez to continue as tenant of the Moncloa”.

Pablo Casado remained silent on this issue, stressing from the start that they would not support him, although debating between no and abstention. Abascal asked him yesterday to support her and Sánchez also went to Casado to ask for his vote against.

PSOE sources at LaSexta, after hearing Casado’s words, and when asked if it could mean that there was a new PP, they replied: “I hope”. They venture that Abascal’s response will be “epic” and they strategically believe that “it is a mistake for the PP”.

They claim that the harder Casado, “the stronger the Vox” and insist that the PP’s position makes this debate “a turning point” in terms of the possibility of reaching agreements.

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