The former President of the Government and President of FAES, José María Aznar, has travelled to the Canary Islands for the presentation of his latest book, El futuro es hoy, and has assured that Spain is living "the greatest challenge of recent years with the coup in Catalonia". The effects of the rupture of the constitutional consensus and the necessary concentration of the centre-right vote are the topics addressed in this interview.
"I fear for the future of Spain. We are risking the survival of our constitutional system, of the democratic transition of 1978 and its historical continuity. It is, therefore, a transcendental election that has an existential character for the country," he said.