Unionist Ciutadans revel in the Spanish feeling in Torroella de Montgrí
Inés Arrimadas also criticizes the People’s Party for not putting a stop to the “coup d’Etat”
Ciutadans leader in Catalonia, Inés Arrimadas, has revelled in the Spanish feeling found at a political rally for the unionist party in Torroella de Montgrí, a municipality where they were expecting a sour welcome.
The unionist leader also took the opportunity to criticize the People’s Party for not putting a stop to the “coup d’Etat” when they were in power.
The 2017 Catalan independence referendum took place with the People’s Party at the helm of Spanish politics, and the Ciutadans official reproached the conservative party for not stopping the vote from happening.
"Until the end, Catalonia is as Spanish as the Giralda, the Castellana, or the Catedral de Burgos", Inés Arrimadas exclaimed at the political rally.
The orange candidate was accompanied by MEP Maite Pagaza and the Ciutadans candidate for Madrid Edmundo Bal. The Ciutadans politicians also criticized the "Catalan identity" movement and warned of the situation of "national emergency" that the country is currently going through.