Alfredo Perez Rubalcaba

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It's clear that we haven't regained voters' confidence. There has to be new leadership that takes on change.feedback
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May 26 2014
Alfredo Perez Rubalcaba has been quoted 41 times. The two most recent articles where Alfredo Perez Rubalcaba has been quoted are Spain's prime minister in defiant mood and refuses to step down and Spain's PP ex-treasurer says slush fund papers tip of iceberg. Most recently, Alfredo Perez Rubalcaba was quoted as having said, “You have not acted as a Prime Minister of a country in crisis. You have acted as chairman of a party that, according to our knowledge, has grown, has existed and has won elections supported by a system of illegal financing for over 20 years.”.
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The problem is the consequences and these are depression, unemployement and lack of trust in our country.feedback

European funds would logically mean European conditions, which is to say that European funding would bring consequences, and we need to discuss this in depth.feedback

We can see he likes to talk for the sake of talking. But now he must act, and tell us what he plans to do.feedback

I have lived through it. No one told me about it. This is how it is. So I hope those coming next will sort things out, as they have done in the past.feedback

Let's try to explain to the Spanish people what the right wing party wants to do, and if we succeed, I'm sure people won't vote for the conservatives.feedback

If I get elected as the prime minister, I will seek an agreement for employment as a national priority. An agreement with the political parties, with the unions, with the political forces and, of course, with the institutions. Secondly, I will seek a balance between public spending and the necessary incentives to create jobs.feedback

Spain has a dramatic problem of unemployment, with young people and not so young. And we cannot wait for the economy to grow for create more jobs. That's a task for the state.feedback

We will not go to the European Union if we are not sure. It is not about asking for the sake of asking. It is about what is fair.feedback

There will be consequences, no doubt about it, for all those who walked off the job in the control towers, in an inexplicable, irresponsible and damaging way.feedback

The government has decided to continue using all the instruments provided by law to prevent a group of workers gravely affect the life of the nation by defending some of their privileges.feedback

This does not free us from the risk of a forthcoming attack. And it is true, as I often repeat, that ETA has the worst intentions and the arrests this morning confirm that. So we must not lower our guard.feedback

They can hide in France, Portugal, but they are always going to be found by the police, either by the French, or the Portugese, or the Spanish … they will be caught time and again until this (terrorism) will be over.feedback

It is true that after four months without any terrorists attacks everyone tends to lower their guard a little and don't consider that terrorists could be thinking of kidknap.feedback

This operation fulfils three fundamental objectives in the struggle against terrorism. First, to prevent groups re-organising that have been declared illegal by the supreme court. This is the case for Batasuna and Segi. Second, to prevent an academy, and that's what we've done with this operation. Third, fight against the urban violence that Segi carries out for ETA.feedback

This doesn't mean that Franco-Spanish cooperation failed, honestly I am not saying that. There was a bureaucratic error in France, and I can tell you that no-one regrets that more than the French.feedback

The determination of France and Spain against ETA is total. ETA can change its methods, hide, find new hoards, go south or north but we can guarantee you that we will find them, and will put an end to their operations.feedback

We can be sure that this campaign of violence has cost ETA dearly in terms of the arrest of its members; I repeat that the state has stuck to its task, and will continue to do so, until ETA lays down its weapons once and for all.feedback

It's not that people are joining ETA at a younger age, they are being arrested sooner.feedback

The police and the civil guard have done their job, so have the tribunals, that's the way a state of law works – what the government must do in this case here is to respect the ruling.feedback

We believe we should give the US the cooperation it is now asking for. This is legally very complex. It has to be studied, to see how we can give this cooperation. It would be good to have a common European position but with some flexibility.feedback

The people arrested are suspected of having covered for, and helped escape, five of those implicated in the 2004 bombings in Madrid.feedback

None of the ETA members are going to escape from appearing before a judge or from going to prison. Some of them know that, some of them don't; But as soon as they understand this and surrender if will be better for us, of course, and better for them.feedback

We'll continue to act with the maximum force and the maximum firmness against those disturbing public order or disrupting traffic or transport to areas where there are no strikes. This especially concerns illegal pickets.feedback

We will reinforce the cooperation that already exists between the two countries and form an investigation team including police, judges and prosecutors from both countries.feedback

Everyone can understand that an organisation that loses its head of logistics suffers a significant loss.feedback

I am convinced that if I had not taken that decision, de Juana would have died in the next hours. I realise that many people do not believe de Juana deserves such humane treatment and they are not wrong. The difference between us and the terrorists is that we have respect for life.feedback

We want all political parties to join forces with the government in the fight against violence. And, I am speaking particularly of the main opposition.feedback

The process is over. ETA broke off, liquidated, put an end to the peace process.feedback

My experience and my government's experience is that repatriations are crucial because when the mafias are telling them 'if you arrive in Spain, you stay in Spain and in Europe', the repatriations send another message which is: 'your arrival in Spain is not a guarantee of your stayin.feedback

Twice they indicated that a European and national immigration policy depended on the effectiveness of repatriations; I'll sign that with both hands.feedback

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