The socialist government continues to grant criminal privileges to its allies

Corruption in Spain: Sánchez will amnesty terrorism crimes for his personal benefit

The coalition government formed by socialists and communists in Spain continues its attack on the rule of law and equality before the law.

The separatist terrorism of the CDR and the political favors of the PSOE and also the PP
The favors to ETA for which Pedro Sánchez does not want anyone to talk about those terrorists

The Socialist Party moves its red line and will leave terrorism crimes unpunished

The latest episode of this coup on democracy has come today with a new agreement of the Socialist Party (PSOE) with its separatist and far-left allies to include in your amnesty law for terrorism crimes, even though the government said they would be excluded from that law. The Minister of the Presidency, the socialist Félix Bolaños, has had no qualms about lying to journalists, stating:

"What has been a red line, and we have always said it, is that terrorism is exempt from the amnesty law, from the application of the amnesty law, and it has remained outside. Terrorism is excepted from "the application of the amnesty law when it is a serious violation of human rights. That was our red line. That is the red line and that is how it has been decided and agreed upon in the Justice Commission of the Congress of Deputies."

Here the video (it is in Spanish, you can activate the automatic English subtitles in the bottom bar of the player):

Just four days ago the PSOE said that terrorism was not "amnestiable"

However, what the PSOE said four days ago is that terrorism cannot be "amnestiable", without making any nuances or distinguishing between one type of terrorism or another. To complete his mockery of intelligence, Bolaños has stated that what the PSOE has done with this new change in the text of the amnesty law is to "improve it, guarantee its legal security, adapt it to the best European standards."

An act of political corruption for Sánchez's personal benefit

The reality is that this new pact is the result of another blackmail by Sánchez's separatist partners, who take advantage of the weakness of the coalition government formed by socialists and communists to obtain more and more measures that violate the Constitution and the laws, by granting criminal privileges to the government's allies, with the sole purpose that Sánchez can continue to secure the necessary support to remain in power. It is a blatant act of corruption: equality before the law is broken so that Sánchez obtains a personal benefit, going so far as to grant amnesty for terrorism crimes.

The agreement leaves the terrorist acts of the CDR unpunished

This new agreement would leave unpunished the crimes of terrorism for which the CDR separatists are being tried, preventing the judges from continuing this judicial process despite the fact that the crime of terrorism continues to appear in the Spanish Penal Code. This is a new favor to terrorists that is being added to the favors that Sánchez has already done to the terrorist group ETA.

Harsh criticism from the opposition: "We are facing a new scandal"

This new step in the blow to the rule of law in Spain has already received harsh criticism from the opposition. This afternoon, Vox has indicated: "Junts and PSOE agree on the modification on terrorism in the amnesty law to shield Puigdemont and exonerate street terrorists. We are facing a new scandal from this Government of coup plotters and enemies of Spain that cannot go unpunished. Whoever denies that we are in the face of a coup d'état or whitens it by agreeing with those responsible, they become accomplices."

An hour and a half later, the president of the Popular Party, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, stated: "They always manage to fall lower. They agree against the dignity of citizens and now they insult their intelligence to justify another lie. Terrorism is only condemned."


Photo: Europa Press. Members of the CDR, hooded and armed with an iron bar, during riots in Barcelona in 2019.

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