| Podemos has presented an institutional statement condemning these events, which has not been able to prosper because of it " miserable complicit silence "of the extreme right | The spokesperson for Podemos in the Regional Assembly, María Marín, presented last Monday to the Board of Spokespersons a proposal for an institutional declaration against the attacks that the purple headquarters of Cartagena have suffered in recent months.
In the last of these attacks, which took place just two weeks ago, the violent right-wing even left stickers in which they made bomb threats, with the indistinguishable signature "14:88", with which the neo-Nazis refer to the greeting "Heil Hitler". Although at first the statement had the approval of all the spokespersons, finally the Vox group withdrew its support for it, causing it to not be able to prosper since the agreement must be unanimous in the Board of Spokespersons to be able to pass to its vote.
The spokesperson for Podemos has lamented the "miserable complicit silence" of this party, and has shown her indignation at what she considers "to side with the violent and outside the most elementary democratic norms." Marín has considered that it is difficult for VOX to condemn these events because "it is precisely their rhetoric that incites the violent." The spokeswoman for Podemos has assured that "the strategy is to overthrow the legitimate government of Spain", for which they do not hesitate to "keep a complicit silence in the face of the violent attacks on their electoral rivals." The deputy has insisted that "an undemocratic force cannot be the one that sets the pace and is the preferred partner of the Regional Government", for which she has demanded that "stop considering legitimate force to those who do not condemn threats of bomb, that they see normal that our headquarters have to suffer nights of broken glass and that, if they could, they would outlaw anyone who thinks differently from them.