Tellado (PP) accepts María Jesús Montero’s apology: “It is good that politicians respect each other”

01/03/2024 The spokesperson for the Popular Parliamentary Group in Congress, Miguel Tellado, during a press conference, at the PP headquarters, on January 3, 2024, in Madrid (Spain). During the press conference, he presented the entire amendment, with alternative text from the PP to the amnesty law. This amendment is expected to be registered by the Popular Party today in the Congress of Deputies and will be debated and voted on in the Senate, due to the works that are being carried out in the Congress chamber. The amendment contemplates the dissolution of organizations that promote illegal referendums or declare the independence of a part of the national territory. POLITICS Eduardo Parra – Europa Press

The PP spokesperson in Congress, Miguel Tellado, accepted this Wednesday the apology of the first vice president of the Government and Minister of Finance, María Jesús Montero, for referring to her baldness and insisted that politicians must respect each other “mutually.” The deputy general secretary of the PSOE has indicated that she did not do it with the intention of offending, humiliating or discomfort. “But if it hasn’t been like that, of course I apologize if you felt offended,” the minister concluded. It was last Saturday, when speaking at the political convention that the PSOE held in A Coruña, when Montero alluded to Tellado’s baldness, who replied through social networks, wondering what would happen if he commented on the hairstyle of a socialist. “This man that you have sent to Madrid, the one with the glasses. Well, they both have glasses, the one with less hair,” said the first vice president and ‘number two’ of the PSOE to refer to Tellado and differentiate him from the leader of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo. “HAIRS TO THE SEA” In statements to Cuatro, collected by Europa Press, Tellado has assured that in Montero’s words “there was a clear derogatory tone”, but, despite this, he has accepted the apology. “To those who apologize, I accept them. And what can I say? Well, what a shame,” the ‘popular’ leader joked. Thus, Tellado has pointed out “it is good” that political rivals respect each other “mutually.” “I am extremely critical of Sánchez and his Government. But, of course, I will never disrespect anyone,” he defended.

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