“They shouldn’t fit into the politics of this country.”

Publication: Wednesday, April 21, 2021 11:03

Vox brought his speech against unaccompanied minors to the screening session of Congress. Its spokesperson, Iván Espinosa de los Monteros, accused the Executive of “preparing the worst possible fiscal coup while the aid does not reach families”: “There is no money for that and yes to support the “mena” of all Spain “.

His remarks were answered by three vice-presidents of the government and the Minister of the Interior, who criticized the far-right party for its – they said – racist speech.

It was Carmen Calvo first. He referred to Vox’s election poster at Madrid’s metro station in Puerta del Sol, where, using false data, they claim that an unaccompanied minor receives up to 4,700 euros per month: “What ‘they did with the posters, highlighting minors in terrible situations, it’s called inhumanity and hatred. “

Calviño accuses Espinosa de los Monteros of being “misled by disgusting, macho and xenophobic speeches”

Calvo was very energetic and assured that the deputies of the far-right formation “should not integrate into the politics of this country” because “the rights of these children have no accounting or economic discourse” .

Nadia Calviño also made Espinosa de los Monteros ugly “so as not to be out of place with disgusting, sexist and xenophobic speeches”. And he ended his speech with a message to the Right Bank “They are incapable of looking around and realizing that Spain, which wakes up early, is positive and resistant”.

Grande-Marlaska has warned Vox that the executive will ensure that no group “is singled out by the fascists”

In the same vein, the Minister of Labor and Third Vice-President, Yolanda Díaz, took the floor, who defended that “in this society there is no place for hatred, racism or violation of human rights “. Something which, in his opinion, the far right should “take into account the things they do every day that are the worst of themselves.”

There was also a wake-up call from the Home Secretary, who warned Vox that the executive would “keep a watchful eye to ensure that unaccompanied minors,” among other vulnerable groups, “are not pointed out. finger by the fascists “.

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