García-Page’s rejection of the relativization of terrorism
Emiliano García-Page has expressed his strong rejection of political negotiations that seek to include terrorism crimes in a future Amnesty Law, as long as human rights have not been violated. According to the president of Castilla-La Mancha, this proposal represents an attempt to relativize terrorism that places it within the limits of the Constitution.
During his participation in the International Tourism Fair (Fitur), García-Page expressed his disagreement with the inclusion of terrorism crimes in the amnesty under certain conditions, considering that this would imply a relativization of terrorism, moving away from the fundamental principles of the Constitution.
García-Page’s criticism of the negotiations and Puigdemont
Furthermore, García-Page has directly criticized the former Catalan president, accusing him of seeking impunity under the pretext of amnesty. The Castilian-Manchego president has expressed his concern and discontent regarding the possible consequences of these negotiations, highlighting his rejection of any attempt to relativize terrorism.
In his statements, García-Page has shown his distrust of the intentions of the Catalan independence movement, emphasizing that its objective goes beyond amnesty, truly seeking impunity for future acts.
García-Page’s concern about the relativization of terrorism
The president of Castilla-La Mancha has expressed his concern about what he considers an attempt to relativize terrorism, stating that terrorism implies the intention to generate fear and that this issue should be determined by judges, not by politicians.
Reactions and responses
Response of the national PSOE to García-Page’s statements
García-Page’s statements have generated a series of reactions in the PSOE at the national level, among them that of the Secretary of Organization, Santos Cerdán, who spoke out through his social networks.
Former minister José Luis Ábalos has also responded to García-Page through social media, urging him not to help the adversary and criticizing him for affiliating with those who represent controversial acts.
Replica of Óscar Puente and García-Page’s response
The Minister of Transport and Sustainable Mobility, Óscar Puente, has responded to García-Page, pointing out that he is on the outskirts of the PSOE, while the party and the Government are at the center of the Magna Carta.
García-Page has responded to Oscar Puente’s accusations, recalling his victory in the elections of his Autonomous Community, highlighting his position within the party.
Criticism of the Minister of the Interior and the first vice president of the Government
The Minister of the Interior, Fernando Grande-Marlaska, has responded to García-Page’s statements, defending the party’s position and dismissing the accusations of the Castilian-Manchego president.
For her part, the first vice president of the Government, María Jesús Montero, has questioned García-Page’s actions, indicating that she is not following the appropriate path and that her statements do not reflect the reality of what the Executive is carrying out.
Tension on the political level
Response of the Popular Party to García-Page’s statements
Miguel Tellado, spokesperson for the Popular Group in Congress, has criticized García-Page’s positions, pointing out that if he continues with his statements, he will be expelled from the PSOE.
The PP has maintained a position of pressure towards García-Page for his disagreements with the party’s actions, highlighting its contradictions.
In the midst of this tension, the president of Castilla-La Mancha has reaffirmed his position, highlighting his objective of avoiding concessions to the independence movement, prioritizing the progressive government and minimizing concessions.