Follow live the news about the assault on Brazilian institutions by the Bolsonaristas
Cuca Gamarra, for her part, reproaches Sánchez that these actions in Spain would be a “simple public disorder”
MADRID, 8 (.)
The leader of the Popular Party, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, has expressed the party’s support for the Brazilian people and has called for the “immediate reestablishment of constitutional order” without giving in to “populism.”
“You cannot give in to populism and radicalism, which try to undermine respect for institutions, democracy and public liberties,” the “popular” leader posted in a message on Twitter.
This is how Feijóo expressed himself after this Sunday hundreds of supporters of former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro have overcome the police barriers and invaded the headquarters of the Brazilian Congress, the presidential palace, the Planalto Palace, and the headquarters of the Federal Supreme Court in Brasilia in the framework of a demonstration against the new Brazilian president, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.
However, for her part, the general secretary of the Cuca Gamarra party has responded on the aforementioned social network to the message from the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, who has shown his support for Lula da Silva and has condemned the assault on the Brazilian Congress, reminding him that with the elimination of the crime of sedition in Spain these attitudes would be a “simple public disorder”.
Minutes later, Gamarra has indicated in another publication that “the coup has no place anywhere” and has recalled how “fragile democracies are also and the obligation to strengthen and protect them.”
The general coordinator of the PP, Elías Bendodo, has also indicated that “in the face of acts contrary to order and the rule of law, we Democrats must always be on the side of the legitimacy granted by the ballot box” and has shown his support for the Government Brazilian and the institutions “that are suffering these infamous acts.
In the same vein, the leader of Ciudadanos, Inés Arrimadas, has expressed herself that “democracy is never guaranteed.” “That is why it is so important to protect it from its enemies with high-level legislation, which harshly punishes seditious coup plotters,” he added in a message on social networks, while showing his “round condemnation” of the assault on institutions in Brazil.