As far as the accounts do not appear, or at least very difficult, Alberto Núñez Figo remains determined to try to install it and, as he announced on Sunday, has initiated contacts with other parties. Following the WhatsApp message he exchanged with Pedro Sanchez on Sunday morning, this Monday he made first contact with the leaders of UPN, CC, PNV and Vox.
From those conversations, he already has one more vote, from UPN, to add to the position, though it’s not enough. With the Canary Islands coalition, “the way has been opened” for their vote to take place, Vigo explained. With Vox, they were called to talk later and at least, as they say in the PP, they didn’t say no. PNV, on the other hand, was comprehensive and publicly stated on Monday morning that it was impossible for it to invest Feijóo. Indeed, tonight, the head of the formation, Andoni Ortozar, reported this by phone to the head of the People’s Party.
These contacts have one goal, which is to form a government, according to Vigo, “within weeks.” Give Spain a government “as soon as possible,” because Spain “cannot afford alliances against it or blockade,” and that is why the People’s Party, “which is the party that won the elections,” bears a responsibility in the face of “an alliance between the losers that may need parties more than ever, starting with Bildue and the ERC,” and “the competition between a party led by a fugitive from justice,” said the head of the People’s Media board.
Figo has acquitted himself, pointing to the state of the party 15 months ago, when he became president of the People’s Party, and that in a short time he was back to being the leading party in Spain, with an absolute majority in the Senate, which “will be key,” he said.
For many, the request seemed to be a response to the People’s Party supporters who cheered Isabel Diaz Ayuso on Sunday night, when Figo spoke from the balcony.
The board meeting was, according to the counsel of those present, “a real class-closing”, in which everyone showed their support and many of them told Feijóo that his results were up to him, and now they would be by his side.
Isabel Diaz Ayuso emphasized that she did not believe Figo’s leadership was in question in the party
All the barons maintain, beyond any doubt, that if the election must be re-run, the candidate will be Feijóo. When Ayusu herself was asked if the leadership of the popular leader was in question, she replied, “I don’t think so.” In fact, all the long standing barons applauded as Núñez Viejo entered the boardroom.
The President of the Community of Madrid has repeatedly, in her public statements, reiterated her support for Núñez Fijo, because he “achieved great things, won elections, and since he was president, the map of Spain has been painted blue.” “I am completely at your disposal and will be by your side at all times,” he affirmed.
All the barons agreed on something else: that Feijóo should try to rule because it was the list with the most votes. Among the arguments, among the arguments, among the arguments, one of the presidents of Madrid is that the People’s Party cannot do what Ines Arimadas did in Catalonia, when it was the first power in Catalonia, not to take the initiative. Others said “we can’t make arimadas”.
The head of the People’s Party would attempt to do so and many were surprised by how active Feijóo, who still believed there was a party, was. A deputy in Madrid and another in Girona are the hope of the head of the People’s Party, because they may differ depending on the vote of CERA, and that of Spaniards living abroad. will try. He is convinced that “Spain needs moderation and understanding, not dependence on radical and pro-independence minorities.”
Figo is of the opinion that the Spaniards did not want to have an “absolute majority” for anyone, but he does not believe that they have decided on “impossible formulas”, as in his opinion would be the Sanchez government, supported by Beldo, the ERC or the Junts.
The barons of the People’s Party endorse Feijóo unconditionally and remind him that they are bosses thanks to him
That is why he believes that he should lead the talks to try to form a government “while respecting the will of the majority of citizens, without ideological premises, and respecting the constitution and our nation.”
The alternative, an “alliance of losers”, is by no means what Spain needs, Figo said, because those called upon to support that government “will have greater demands and a greater presence of the independents”. He believes it would be a “transplantable scenario”.