Inés Arrimadas, president of Ciudadanos, participated this Saturday in Seville in a discussion with Juan Marin, Andalusian Vice President, on the occasion of Andalusia Day.
An act in which Arrimadas has left the door open to a coalition between PP and Ciudadanos for the next Andalusian elections, for which the polls they predict a clear collapse of its formation, which would go from 21 seats to between two and three.
However, the most commented on the social networks of the intervention of Arrimadas has not been what he said but how he said it.
Because to the president of Ciudadanos, born in Jerez de la Frontera (Cádiz), a striking Andalusian accent has emerged during his speech.
#Direct | Arrimadas has not spoken with the Andalusian PP about the possibility of running together in the next regional elections, but stresses that “the Andalusian government must be reissued” pic.twitter.com/pGZ8FDsAHX– Europa Press (@europapress) December 4, 2021
The Andalusian accent leaves me KO, is that this should be his natural accent when speaking in Spanish, I understand, but since he was in Catalonia, you can see that he was hiding it or I don’t know, or it comes out natural depending on who he speaks with, I don’t judge, it just seems weird to me https://t.co/FxQz7W4TF2— Paul (@1410paul_) December 4, 2021
Inés Arrimadas marking a Terelu, Toñi Moreno and Eva González.— David Chamizo (@davidchare) December 4, 2021
Yes, speak with an Andalusian accent when they are in Andalusia and dial S’s when they leave it.
For what we have been.
The Andalusian accent hits him again when he goes south. I have met people of Andalusian origin who do that too— erpepotazo (@erpepotazoo) December 4, 2021
but why do you put that accent! ?? !!?– ConElMazoDando 🇪🇸🔻 (@FueronLosRusos) December 4, 2021
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