The spokesman Juan José Molina recalls that the format was agreed at the Board of Spokespersons and that with the previous president âthese issues were not even put to the vote, they were imposedâ
The spokesman of the Parliamentary group of Citizens, Juan José Molina, said today that "the PSOE lies when it says that the format of the 25-N act was decided by Citizens or by the president of the Regional Assembly unilaterally."
Molina has come up with several messages disseminated through the official accounts of the PSRM-PSOE in social networks, and has ensured that âthe format of the act was put to a vote at the Board of Spokespersons of November 8, and supported by all parliamentary groups, except for the socialist, who nevertheless suggested their celebration in the afternoon to have more presence and social support.
Molina has also wanted to remind the Socialists that âthe clothes are not torn so much, because in the previous legislature and under the presidency of his companion Rosa Peñalver, these decisions were taken unilaterally by her, without even taking them into discussion or much less voting by parliamentary groups. â
The spokesman believes that "we have actually advanced from a presidential authoritarianism to a democratic debate and a search for consensus."
Finally, the spokesman for Cs in the Regional Assembly has affirmed that "not everything is valid in politics" and has considered a "disloyalty" and a "disservice to the Regional Assembly this type of partisan and false-based actions."
Molina recalled that "the Regional Assembly is headed by an organ called the Board of Spokespersons where everything is decided by vote, and this is what we call democracy, although some feel nostalgia for the times of milking and command."
Source: Ciudadanos Región de Murcia