THE PP’s General Secretary has claimed that Spain’s current corruption crisis comes from ‘all of us’ and is a problem all of society shares.
Maria Dolores Cospedal said that ‘the same corruption that may occur in a political party can be found in society in general’.
She claimed that accusing politicians of being ‘human filth’ was a fashionable trend.
“I think that corruption affects all political parties and especially those that are serious government contenders,” said Cospedal.
“Obviously when there is an issue of this kind, citizens tend to fixate on those responsible in the government at the time.”
Cospedal also accused the PSOE of suffering from ‘Podemitis’, because they are simply focusing on equalling or bettering the Podemos anti-corruption party.
She argued against those claiming Spain is the most corrupt country in the world, pointing out that measures were being taken; politicians and entrepreneurs are being tried while others are already in prison.
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