The president of the PPdeG, Alfonso Rueda, has responded to the words of the president of the Government and leader of the PSOE, Pedro Sánchez, who this Saturday at a rally in Lugo pointed out that if the socialist candidate, José Ramón Gómez Besteiro, is placed at the head of the Xunta “Galicia does not roll, Galicia flies.” “The only one who flies at everyone’s expense is President Sánchez. I go on a bus that can fit most of the Galicians,” he stated. At a PP lunch in Ordes, Rueda assessed that Galicia “works” and “has to continue working” and has committed that the next legislature the autonomous administration will carry out the bypass of the municipality of Coruña. Likewise, he has conveyed to the more than 600 residents of the region who have participated in this meal his objective of obtaining a sufficient majority to “continue offering stability to the Galicians and keeping Galicia away from noise, fights and marketing in exchange for votes”. “I want this to be and continue to be a peaceful land, a reference for the rest of Spain, in which there are opportunities to continue growing and improving and, above all, in which we continue to do things together and with meaning,” he stated. . In his speech, as highlighted by the Popular Party in a press release, Rueda made reference to the BNG, about whom he recalled its “complicity” with the “six years of grievances by Pedro Sánchez against Galicia in exchange for nothing.” Along these lines, he has ironically shown his “gratitude” for the increase in tolls. “The BNG told us that we were going to have the highways practically free and what we have is the largest increase in toll prices so far this century. Thanks to the nationalists for their effectiveness,” he stressed.