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Feijóo sees the European elections because the “prelude to change in Spain” within the face of a Government that creates “assemblies every 15 days”

The PP is benefiting from the open institutional battle between Spain and Argentina to level out as the one “state” and “centrality” social gathering within the European elections, on the gates of the marketing campaign. “Letters have been written to the Spanish people, but they have not been given the floor,” mentioned the favored chief, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, at an informative breakfast organized by The purposein reference to Pedro Sánchez's interval of reflection.

“On June 9 we will have the opportunity to speak through the vote and begin to recover the future of Spain. There is another possible Spain, the European elections can be the “prelude to change in Spain” if “we concentrate the desire for change in the only State party that exists in Spain,” added Feijóo, who has requested residents to mirror with their poll to the Popular Party its rejection of “the institutional, social and economic tension to which the Government is subjecting us, creating montages every 15 days”, in reference to the diplomatic measures taken by La Moncloa after the insults of the Argentine president, Javier Milei , in Madrid.

The Popular Party intends to make the European elections a plebiscite towards Sánchez and, of their technique, they’ve recovered their offensive towards the amnesty. “These elections are going to be decisive. It is the first time that we Spaniards are all going to vote after having seen a Government auction off the equality of Spaniards for seven votes, threatening the freedom of everyone, including that of the media, and a Government cornered by alleged corruption plots,” added Feijóo, who has requested to go for “another way of doing politics,” erecting his formation as an emblem of moderation.

“We intend for this campaign to be a debate of ideas, of programs and not of montages. We intend for our companies to continue exporting and not put in danger that the second investor in Argentina, which is Spain, has a deep institutional and diplomatic crisis.” The chief of the PP has not talked about the president's spouse, Begoña Gómez, after EL PAÍS reported that the Civil Guard sees no indicators of affect peddling. But he has as soon as once more insisted that the Executive is “cornered by corruption.”

The president of the Region of Murcia, Fernando López Miras, did touch upon the UCO report upon his arrival at breakfast. “I have not read the report, but I respect the procedures of the security forces and bodies. “Whatever the reports say, it will be.”