The Congress of Deputies hosts this Tuesday the sixth motion of censure in the history of democracy. Vox presents Professor Ramón Tamames as a candidate for the presidency of the Government by the hand of the party leader, Santiago Abascal.
Abascal has begun his intervention in the chamber with a harsh tone towards the press, which he has called ‘subsidized spokespersons’. The leader of the green formation has specifically addressed the commentators “who repeat what their lordships say to be able to appear on television.”
“We are facing victimhood as a fundamental weapon of the extreme right”
The collaborators of Espejo Público have responded to Abascal’s criticism at the start of his speech. The journalist Carmen Morodo points out that “we are facing victimhood as a fundamental weapon of the extreme right.” The communicator believes that with this harsh tone Abascal answers the media most related to him, which have also criticized the ways of carrying out this motion.
For her part, the journalist Marta Gómez Montero believes that the first 10 minutes of the speech we have seen a defensive speech with victimhood, “attacking with a feeling of failure before beginning.” “It’s such a vulgar defense, it’s an admission that this doesn’t make any sense,” she says.
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