The leader of the PP appeals in an act in Seville to the moderate and transversal vote with an allegation against the policy of “trenches”
The Popular Party is already cherishing the idea of achieving in Andalusia what Isabel Díaz Ayuso achieved in the Community of Madrid a little over a year ago and Alfonso Fernández Mañueco did not achieve in Castilla y León in February, a large enough majority to be able to do without Vox in the investiture of Juanma Moreno after the elections of June 19. The optimism with which the main opposition party attends this appointment with the polls today led its president, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, to proclaim that it will be the “first stage” of the electoral process that is key to its formation, but, above all, he said for the future of the country.
“We are playing for recovering the economy, not wasting more time spending on what we do not have and undertaking the necessary reforms so that pensions and the welfare state endure,” said the leader of the popular in an act together with the president of the Board of Andalusia in Seville, in which he also accused the Executive of the nation of degrading the institutions of the State.
The expectations of the Socialists, who on Saturday had the visit of Pedro Sánchez in that same city and a landing of up to eight ministers to campaign, are very unflattering. That the PP will manage to overcome them this time and become the first force in the Andalusian Parliament, after almost four years of coalition with Ciudadanos, there is little doubt. But the drive of Santiago Abascal’s party and its ability to condition the next government continues to be a threat.
The popular ones believe they have, in any case, an advantage over past times. They take it for granted that with Juanma Moreno the Andalusians have lost their fear of the right wing governing. Feijóo thus appealed to a “transversal” vote. “Let’s unite the Andalusians at a time when it seems that politics is about opening trenches,” he claimed. We want to open up to people who don’t like trenches, insults and confrontations.” «I refuse to assume the policies that only serve to confront, I believe in the policy that serves to add; the one that serves to divide and fragment we leave it to the independentists and to Sánchez’s partners », he put forward with the endorsement of his absolute majorities in Galicia.
The PP leader also referred to the “lessons” imparted by Vox, whom he referred to as “those who criticize us and want to govern with us but have not managed a public euro in their lives.” “When a government does it well, it has rigor and experience, that is the most important thing – he argued -; the rest are preachers.” «Juanma has a balance and she has a team and the only thing you have to do in the next few days -he told his team- is talk about Andalusia».
Feijóo referred in this way to the board in which the PSOE has been trying to place the political debate for weeks: the corruption of the PP Governments. The president of the popular ones was even ironic with the fact that Pedro Sánchez dedicated the first twenty minutes of his appearance in Congress on the ‘Pegasus case’ on Thursday to talking about the ‘Kitchen case’ or the ‘Gürtel’. “I am glad that he is beginning to see a clear future for him: an opposition deputy criticizing a PP government,” he said.
Moreno also referred to the attacks by the chief executive on the PP for corruption. «One of two: either he is foolish or he is a relief. Is it that no one has told you that the biggest case of corruption that has occurred in Spain occurred in Andalusia with a socialist government? », He said in reference to the ERE. The Andalusian president also boasted of having increased the GDP items dedicated to social policies compared to the last government of Susana Díaz and reproached Sánchez for accusing his formation of dismantling the welfare state.
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