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Manuel Padín, "Cs does defend and respect the Constitution in all Spanish territory against those who want to liquidate it" (05/12/2018)

- According to the orange spokesman, "in Ciudadanos we ask ourselves what things we have to change to improve our Fundamental Norm, but we do not consider that we have to throw the house down, and in Spain there are some who want to throw down our house, some because they do not like the liberal and constitutional democracy, the populists, and others because they do not like Spain, like the separatists and supremacists "

The Municipal Corporation has today commemorated the 40th anniversary of the approval in referendum of the Spanish Constitution of 1978, with an extraordinary plenary session.

After the session the spokesman for Citizens in Cartagena, Manuel Padín, said that "we are not going to ask for permission to defend the Constitution anywhere in Spain, the future government of our country must be constitutionalist and politically and intellectually combat the supremacist nationalism and the political populisms. "

"We have serious doubts that Pedro Sanchez safeguard and defend our Constitution throughout the Spanish territory because it would mean for him to break his alliance with his government partners and go to elections," said Manuel Padin who has said that "we are not worth the PSOE of Cartagena defends the Constitution while his party governs with those who call us brutes tarada to the rest of Spaniards, who here defend the Magna Carta and do not do it in Catalonia, that political hypocrisy will take its toll in Cartagena and throughout Spain.

According to Padín, "Citizens are called to build an alternative that unites the sensible and the constitutionalists against those who want to liquidate this country."

Manuel Padín believes that the greatness of a Constitution is that "it lasts over time, is flexible and requires broad majorities to touch on the essential issues of a country, and the first thing I would like to highlight here today, and at this time more than ever, is that we have one of the best constitutional texts in the world. "

The Constitution of 1978, for the spokesman of Cs, has given rise to the longest democratic period in our history, and also to the stage of greater stability and prosperity.

It is the central axis of a great common house that is Spain, our head and our heart.

And it's clearly a model of success. "

"Today, 40 years later, I would like, as a constitutionalist, as a citizen, as a Spaniard and as a Cartagena, to claim what was achieved, and to thank the founding fathers of our Constitution for that work," said Padín.

Despite everything, the progress made by our country under the constitutional principles of 78 should not be synonymous with complacency, "and from Citizens believe that, after 40 years, of course there are things to improve, who does not have things that improve after 40 years? After 40 years, the best family in the world, the best construction in the world and the best company in the world, or the best house in the world has things to improve. "explains Padín.

Citizens are committed to specific modifications, such as the suppression of parliamentarians' appraisal, a type of modification -remember- that only requires the majority agreement of the Cortes, without the need for a referendum, "we need a text for the next 40 years, including new ones rights, judicial independence, a fairer electoral system, ending privileges and consolidating the Autonomous State, clearly defining the model of distribution of competencies, promoting autonomous and transparent local and regional financing, effective and guarantor of the equality of all citizens, "explains Manuel Padín.

According to the orange spokesman, "before this, in Citizens we ask ourselves what things we have to change, but we do not consider that we have to throw the house down, and in Spain there are some who want to throw down our house, some because they do not like democracy liberal and constitutional, the populists, and others because they do not like Spain, like the separatists and supremacists "

"We consider ourselves reformers, and as such we believe in maintaining a permanent spirit of improvement, not to please those who want to throw down the house but to satisfy the 47 million people who live in this house that is Spain. Rufianes, the Torra and the Puigdemont ", says the spokesman.

"In the face of those who promote rupture," Cs says, "the best way to defend our common framework of coexistence is to promote its reform, to promote it through consensus, and not to challenge the Transition, but to update the Constitution to guarantee its application in all the State and improve it. "

Source: Ciudadanos Cartagena

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