He starts with a slight advantage in the polls but Pedro Sánchez has no doubt that Antonio Muñoz will continue to lead Seville from the Plaza Nueva. The ‘revelation’ mayor of the PSOE has received in the first act of the 28M campaign of the President of the Government a couple of announcements directly from the White House after his meeting with Joe Biden just a few hours before: a principle of collaboration between NASA and the new Spanish Aerospace Agency, located in the Seville capital, or the attempt to solve the conflict of tariffs inherited from the Trump administration, with notable repercussions in Seville and Andalusia due to its impact on the olive sector.
The ‘revelation’ mayor of the PSOE against the ‘Moreno effect’ in the PP: the fight for Seville starts with equal forces
Seville appeared in the conversation with Biden, Sánchez revealed at the PSOE event at the Palacio de Exposiciones y Congresos. In addition to “reinforcing” the “space” relations agreement between Spain and the US, our country will join, through the Seville-based Agency, the international manned space flight program “Artemis” “for the exploration and arrival of astronauts to the moon and Mars”. “So, Antonio, from Seville to Mars passing through the moon”, said the Spanish president, paraphrasing the candidate, who minutes before had also paraphrased saying “from Madrid to heaven, but after two and a half hours by AVE to Seville to arrive in heaven”. “You have fallen short with the capital thing,” Sánchez joked.
The president, who has announced that the Government of Spain will guarantee the right to be forgotten oncology after a visit to cancer patients and associations in Seville, has shown the “resounding commitment” of the Government of Spain with Seville and with “a mayor committed” to his city like Antonio Muñoz, who “catches them on the fly”, alluding, for example, to the Seville capital being the headquarters of the aforementioned national space agency.
In the section on specific announcements relating to Seville, he mentioned the imminent transfer of 20.2 million euros for the northern section of Line 3 of the Seville Metro, the studies for the rail connection between the San Pablo airport and the Santa Justa trains, the closure of the SE-40 ring road or the construction of 2,500 homes on Defense land. “They are not announcements, but commitments,” he clarified, recalling for this the release of the toll on the AP-4 between Seville and Cádiz.
“That ganitas I have to arrive on the 28th at night”
“That ganitas I have to arrive on the 28th at night, start opening ballot boxes and see the piles of ballots from the PSOE. We are the candidacy of illusion, color and ambition, and of the neighborhoods of Seville”, Muñoz began before the approximately 3,000 attendees, according to the organization. His conclusion after the first hours of campaigning in various neighborhoods of the capital is that “the street does not deceive” and “I am going to be mayor of Seville and Seville is going to have a progressive government in the next four years.
“Welcome to the most seductive city in the world”, he repeated one of his favorite slogans before the Ministers of Education, Finance and Justice, and the Minister of Health, present at the meeting, which was also attended by members of the Federal Committee of the PSOE . She has referred to Pilar Llop who, in a meeting in the Andalusian Parliament in the Alcázar, was asked why Seville was not the capital of Spain, according to what she confessed to him. It was the moment in which she paraphrased the well-known phrase ‘from Madrid to heaven’ and joked that he had fallen “short” in his request for a capital law that would allow him to have more financing.
“We continue to launch as a dynamic city, facing the blackout when the right rules”, assuring that Seville is at a time when “we could not look to the future as we can now. “We risk blackout and paralysis or continue like a shot and continue in a Belle Époque era” also recalling the “transformation” of the city at the hands of his predecessors: Manuel del Valle, Alfredo Sánchez Monteseirín and Juan Espadas.
“I have three keywords: Seville, Seville and Seville. So let’s govern for Seville and vote for Seville”, has ended but not before “a minute of glory”. Recognizing himself as “a mayor with ideas and ideology”, he has said that “people who do not have ideas are useless to change society, and people who do not have an ideology are not to be trusted.” In the end, he has sent a message to people “disenchanted with politics”: “Here are my hands, grab yourselves and let’s dream for Seville. Let’s not stop taking advantage of this opportunity.”
“The cathedral of socialism”
“We are the cathedral of socialism. And whoever comes, let’s tie”, Juan Espadas, general secretary of the Andalusian socialists began his speech and who preceded Muñoz (“what a piece of mayor this city has!”) and Sánchez. The person in charge of the PSOE-A has highlighted the work of the socialist candidacies in the cities and towns of Andalusia “to demand that the Junta manage its powers well.”
“And thank you, Pedro – he said in this regard – for rigorously fighting the drought with aid to farmers and ranchers as you did this week in the Extraordinary Council”, he commented. “The right has wanted to use the water for confrontation, while the Junta “has spent more on propaganda” than on works to try to stop the drought. Regarding Muñoz’s candidacy for re-election, Espadas stressed that the PSOE is “the only party that has transformed this city” and recalled that “we were the only ones who knew how to see it in 2015 and that is why we have works financed by funds Europeans and the Government of Spain”.
Ana Isabel Jiménez, mayoress of Alcalá de Guadaíra, has been the first to intervene and has predicted “many more years” for Muñoz as mayor of the capital of the province. “Here it smells like a socialist victory on May 28,” said Jiménez, who highlighted the importance of the PSOE candidacies in the province, behind the Fibes stage, developing local policies with “socialist values.” “There is no greater honor,” she has said. “We are going to excite and win the elections forcefully,” she emphasized.
According to Javier Fernández, general secretary of the PSOE of Seville and mayor of La Rinconada, “we are going to destroy them materially speaking and we are going to fill the ballot boxes with fists and roses.” “Seville has a lot of category”, he pointed out, thanking the “leadership” of President Sánchez “in Spain and in Europe”. “144 years of history fighting for the weakest”, he said in defense of the “social shield” for which the PSOE “works”. “The PSOE of Spain has no soul without the PSOE of Seville and we assume our responsibility to make you president of Spain and then go preparing the ground to kick Moreno Bonilla out of San Telmo and put Juan Espadas in,” he ended by addressing Sánchez.
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