SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, Jan 11 (EUROPA PRESS) –
The Palmero senator Asier Antona (PP) has described this Tuesday the Minister of Consumption, Alberto Garzón, as a “pollaboba” and a “permanent metepatas” after the controversy generated around macro-farms and the quality of the meat as a result of a interview in ‘The Guardian’ and the subsequent interpretation of his words.
In statements to ‘Cope Tenerife’ collected by Europa Press has specified that “pollaboba” is a word “very Canarian, very palm tree, which everyone understands”, underlining that he thinks the same now as when the minister criticized Spanish tourism for its supposed low added value.
“Every time he speaks it is to screw up, nothing is known about him, here we have the highest prices for electricity, he is the Minister of Consumption and he has done nothing or said nothing to alleviate these excesses of electricity consumption”, has highlighted.
However, he pointed out, “to attack such important sectors as the tourism sector or the livestock sector, there is the first one that is put to screw up and to say pollabobadas like the ones he has said.”