Isabel Diaz Ayuso, the president of the Community of Madrid, who is striving to move more and more to the right, once again gave a sample of her extremist rhetoric. He did so through an audio message that he sent to his deputies. “Today the left is over.says the leader of the Popular Party, after which she adds: “kill them”.
It was offensive to attack the opposition in the regional parliament. The sound reached the mobile phones of its 65 deputiesto those who boldness To highlight in the session the supposed achievements of his administration, Like the end of the doctors’ strike (which put the Spanish capital’s health system in check until a salary increase); Or help those affected by the subway line, 7 b.
Not only this: He also insisted that he kill himself by closing the lawsuit against his brother, citing being part of a government contracting company in providing chinstraps during the pandemic. This fact was brought to the public arena by the leadership of the People’s Party a year ago. a result: The crisis ended with the departure of Pablo Casado, leader of the conservativesDiaz Ayuso remained unharmed. the justice case dismissed.
“Announcement for 7b”, “The Sanitary Strike Is Over”, “Something Brother Nothing”, There are many vocal tips for ending it with “Kill ’em”.
Said and done: the arguments of the popular deputies of the Madrid Parliament were traced from the filtered audio recording. “They wanted to kill the president and her brother.”said a People’s Party MP at the session to oppose PSOE and United We Can.
Diaz Ayuso is the rising star of the Spanish right. Two years ago, he reaffirmed his position in a bold move, when he presented the elections and defeated Pablo Iglesias, of Unidas Podemos, who then announced his retirement from politics. The regional president is notable for her speech in which she talks about “communism” to denote any political power she does not have And flirt with the far right of VOX. Indeed, the time has come to criticize Peronism. Now talk about “killing”, albeit in a figurative sense.