Vox has refused to participate this Monday in the official visit to Melilla of the Interior Committee of the Congress. Six parties (PSOE, PP, United We Can, ERC, PNV and Bildu)but those of Santiago Abascal have decided to absent themselves considering that it was nothing more than an excuse to attack the State Security Forces and Bodies.
The deputy secretary of Vox’s Spokesperson, Patricia Rueda, has denounced at the party’s weekly press conference, at the headquarters of Madrid’s Calle de Bambú, that the journey is “a pantomime”. They go to the autonomous city, he said, who “never” have gone when they attack the agents “with lime, feces and hooks.”
The vice president of Vox Jorge Buxadé later followed the same line and demanded the dismissal of the Minister of the Interior, Fernando Grande-Marlaska, but launched a notice distancing himself from the PP’s position last week, when he did not rule out an investigation commission in parliament if the Government does not clarify what happened at the fence. “We do not expect anything good from an investigation commission promoted by Podemos and Bildu. Absolute rejection,” Buxadé said on Monday, adding: “We are not going to use the Civil Guard to undermine the Government of [Pedro] Sanchez.”
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Yesterday, Javier Ortega Smith, also vice president of Vox, traveled precisely to Melilla to support the Security Forces and Bodies of the State and demand more means and troops. The party insists that they need state support against “illegal immigration.”