· The president of the PP insists that "Sánchez de la Moncloa must be thrown out democratically"

· Stresses "the defense of coexistence" that Jiménez-Becerril always defended from the European Parliament.

The president of the Andalusian PP, Juanma Moreno, criticized Pedro Sánchez this afternoon for relying on friends of terrorists to approve his decrees on social Fridays. "If he is capable of dragging a bloody decree law before the friends of the terrorists, what will he not be able to do to continue in power"

At the start of the electoral campaign for the elections of the next April 28, he recalled that the PSOE in power is synonymous with "increased public spending" and "it is already known who pays the consequences, he assured.

For this reason, he asked for the support of all the supporters of the PP and assured that he is going to "fight with all the strength and energy" to make Pablo Casado the next president of the Government of Spain. "From dignity I ask that you help us to democratically oust Pedro Sánchez de la Moncloa

He said of the national president that "he is an honest and intelligent person, who has Spain in his heart and is a sure value."

On the head of the list for Seville to the Congress of Deputies, Teresa Jiménez-Becerril, explained that "she has worked like nobody else from the European Parliament in defense of coexistence", recalling that "when the philoterrorists have gone to Parliament there was always a voice brave and capable who called them by their name, that of murderers”, recalled Juanma Moreno.

When asking for the support of the citizens in the face of the generals, the president of the change related how in the 82 days he has been president of the Junta de Andalucía he has managed to "right the bad course of the left" since "it They have discovered things for which they should apologize.

Thus, he recalled the 762 million that the Board must pay for court rulings due to the "administrative bungling" of the Andalusian governments of the PSOE; the 6.000 million unspent European funds or the half a million patients hidden on health waiting lists. "For all this, lessons to the PP of social policy, not one," Moreno stressed.

He also did not forget that from today "Andalusia is a land free of Inheritance and Donations tax" and it has been possible to put an end to "the impudence of the previous administration". "Let the socialists ask door to door throughout Andalusia to see if the citizens agree or not with the practical elimination of the tax."